Qualcomm has cleared out the full details for the Snapdragon 865 this morning following a waste of one day on stage during yesterday's opening speech at the Snapdragon Tech Summit, where they had ample time. The 865 story is about 5G, improved GPU performance, 8K and Dolby Vision capture and more 5G.
As someone who is not a "processor type" at all, here are my findings:
- Peak download speeds of 7.5 Gbps : Combined with Qualcomm's X55 5G modem reach 865 theoretical 5G speeds of 7.5 Gbit / s.
- All 5G networks : As the flagship of 2020, Qualcomm plans to own 5G, so this chip supports "all major regions and frequency bands," including mmWave, Sub-6, TDD, FDD and Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS). If you buy a Snapdragon 865 phone, it will probably have a 5G modem and you should not have any problems connecting to available 5G networks.
- Display refresh rate up to 1
- 8K video and 200MP photos : The 865 supports 8K video with 30 fps and 200MP photos and 2 gigapixels per second.
- First Dolby Vision capture : Yes, the 865 can capture Dolby Vision, a first for a mobile phone.
- GPU is 25% better : The Adreno 650 GPU delivers up to 25% more power than the 855.  Special gaming features : Qualcomm has a new one in conjunction with the new Adreno 650 Suite of gaming features called Snapdragon Elite Gaming. These include Desktop Forward Rendering (better lighting and effects), a Game Smoother and Game Color Plus v2.0 (improved color saturation and improved image quality). Playing on an 865 phone also brings 10-bit HDR and GPU drivers that can be updated through an App Store (this should mean using Google Play).
- WiFi 6 also : Yes, WiFi 6 is here, so if you have a 1.8Gbps WiFi 6 router, your home phone has these extra fast Wi-Fi 6 connections ,
- Bluetooth 5.1 : It is available. Neat, right?
- Part Number : The part number you can use to search the web for new phones running the Snapdragon 865 is SM8250.
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The first Snapdragon 865 phones will be available in the first quarter of 2020. That is, the Samsung Galaxy S11 line and probably a phone from Xiaomi.