Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Qualcomm debuts Quick Charge 3.0 charging technology and Snapdragon 617, 430 processors - Video

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Written by G.Я     9/15/2015 10:26:00 am  No comments

Qualcomm debuts Quick Charge 3.0 charging technology and Snapdragon 617, 430 processors. Qualcomm Technologies today introduced Quick Charge 3.0, its fastest, most efficient charging technology to date. Quick Charge 3.0 is engineered to refuel devices up to four times faster than conventional charging. It is designed to charge twice as fast as Quick Charge 1.0 and to be 38 percent more efficient than Quick Charge 2.0. Now consumers can spend even less time charging, and can grab and go more quickly. The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 and 430 processors are designed to deliver high-end performance and experiences in affordable, high- and mid-tier devices.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
Quick Charge 3.0 employs Intelligent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage (INOV), an algorithm which allows your portable device to determine what power level to request at any point in time, enabling optimum power transfer while maximizing efficiency. It also supports wider voltage options, allowing a mobile device to dynamically adjust to the ideal voltage level supported by that specific device. Specifically, Quick Charge 3.0 offers a more granular range of voltages: 200mV increments, from 3.6V to 20V. That way your phone can target one of dozens of power levels.

The technology has the same easy-to-implement design for OEMs as previous versions. It's 100 percent backward-compatible with Quick Charge 1.0 and Quick Charge 2.0 devices, and it supports a broad range of connectors: Quick Charge 3.0 can be implemented with USB Type-A, USB micro, USB Type-C, or proprietary connectors. Quick Charge 2.0 is supported by a far-reaching assortment of certified accessories, including wall chargers, car chargers, battery packs, and power controllers; next-generation chargers will support Quick Charge 3.0.

Quick Charge 3.0 will be available in some of its newest Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, including the Snapdragon 820, 620, 618, 617, and 430 (two of the processors it announced this week), so you can expect to see it in next year's round of smartphones and tablets.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 617
Qualcomm Snapdragon 617
The Snapdragon 617 will be first out of the gate, and is expected in devices by the end of 2015. It shares several capabilities with the higher-end Snapdragon 620 and 618 processors. All integrate X8 LTE capabilities with support for Cat 7 download speeds of up to 300 Mbps and upload speeds of up to 100 Mbps, and 2x20MHz carrier aggregation. And each boasts dual-ISPs to support stunning photographs and image quality reaching up to 21-megapixels.

These similarities allow for software compatibility between the processors, supporting faster productization for OEMs already using one of the system-on-chips. The Snapdragon 617 CPU also boasts an octa-core configuration of Cortex A53s, reaching up to 1.5GHz.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
The Snapdragon 430 is expected in devices later in 2016, but many features will be worth the wait, including support for a high-end camera and superior gaming experiences. The Snapdragon 430 will be the first in its tier to debut the latest generation Qualcomm Adreno 505.

The Adreno 500 family is engineered to deliver increased speed and efficiency, which means you'll get stunning graphics while only sipping from the battery. Like the Snapdragon 617, it will support dual-ISPs, supporting photo capture up to 21-megapixels. The 430 also integrates X6 LTE with Cat 4 downlink speeds of up to 150 Mbps, with 2x10MHz carrier aggregation, and Cat 5 uplink speed of up to 75 Mbps. Finally, the Snapdragon 430 also brings support for 1080p Full HD displays and video capture and playback.

These two processors also share some great features. Both the Snapdragon 430 and Snapdragon 617 are the first in their tiers to support the brand new Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. This power management technology is designed to support up to 4 times the charging speeds of traditional USB charging and is more efficient than our previous generation.

Both processors have brought back the high performance, low power Qualcomm Hexagon DSP, designed to enable low power sensor and audio experiences. In addition, both will help fast-track the regional certification process with support for the Qualcomm Reference Design programs and Qualcomm Global Pass solution.

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