Qualcomm Adds 3 New Members In Snapdragon 600 and 400-Tier Processors

Qualcomm has launched 3 new chipsets which are 653, 626 under 600 tier processors and 427 under 400 tier processors. These are made focusing on the Mid Range market as the flagships nowadays have no choice less than 820 if to make people feel like its a flagship!

Let's roll with Snapdragon 653 first -


653 is the best among the three. Now the bar to compare this chipset will better go with 652, so here are the improvements in this chipset compared to 652. (Image contains highlights)
  • 10% Performance Increament
  • Clock Speed can reach 1.95GHz (1.8GHz in 652)
  • Support for 8GB RAM (Up from 4)
  • Architecture Improvements
  • Better GPU Performance


Now heading up to the next chip which is Snapdragon 626 compared with 625 -


626 also comes in handy when you are coming from the device running  617 and above. Here are the new additions to the chipset. (Image contains highlights)
  • 10% Performance Increament
  • Clock Speed can reach 2.2GHz (2.0GHz in 625)


Last but not the least and not so "interesting", Snapdragon 427. There's not much to say here and can be seen as the slightly updated version of 425.


  • Better CPU
  • Better GPU
Thing to notice here is that to X9 LTE has been jumped up from X6 LTE so that's the only major thing that gets the attention.

Common thing in all three chipset goes with antenna boost and support for QuickCharge 3.0.

Now the main thing, when will these come out?
Qualcomm says that the 652 and 626 are going to be available by this year's end and 427 will come out in 2017. Taking your leave with the comparison table below.







Rajat Kapoor is a self confessed tech geek. Always up to date with what's going on in the tech world, he is currently pursuing BCA and prefers Android over iOS. You will see his articles here and we do hope that you find them useful and informational.
Qualcomm Adds 3 New Members In Snapdragon 600 and 400-Tier Processors Qualcomm Adds 3 New Members In Snapdragon 600 and 400-Tier Processors Reviewed by Rajat Kapoor on 10/18/2016 08:49:00 pm
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