Qualcomm Introduces a High End Snapdragon Processor For Entry-Level Computers

Qualcomm Introduces a High End Snapdragon Processor For Entry-Level Computers

Recently, Qualcomm has introduced a second-gen Snapdragon processor that is explicitly made for entry level Windows PCs and Chromebooks. The processor is named as Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 that is ARM-controlled and has a clock hindrance from 2.4 GHz to 2.55 GHz.

And like the original Snapdragon 7c, it is offering integrated LTE connectivity so you can connect to cellular networks, and Qualcomm promises it will support “multi-day battery life.”

Qualcomm Introduces a High End Snapdragon Processor For Entry-Level Computers

The first device to rock this processor will be coming soon and in fact, Lenovo will soon be adopting this processor for their computer.

According to Qualcomm, Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 brings the leading innovations of our compute portfolio to the next generation of entry-tier and affordable devices. Laptops powered by this platform will redefine mobile computing for education users, first line workers, and everyday light consumers, enabling reliable and powerful devices that feature advanced AI, and support for multi-day battery life,” said Miguel Nunes, Senior Director, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “We are excited to bring this next generation upgrade to our entry level platform, for the very best mobile PC experiences.”

With ARM being the next big thing in the technology world, more chipmakers are switching to this technology due to its high-end performance and power efficiency. Currently, Qualcomm is neck and neck with Apple and their all-powerful M1 chip. With Apple computers and devices being highly expensive it seems Qualcomm has the upper hand with their 7c Gen 2 processor.
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