Chip giant Qualcomm has gone on to announce its first-ever smartphone as a special device to serve for the company’s snapdragon insiders program. The phone happens to be desired courtesy of ASUS and goes on to pack high-end specs as well as other features.
The phone features with a 6.78-inch display with a 144Hz refresh rate as well as a 2488 x 1080 resolution. The AMOLED panel happens to be supplied by Korean manufacturer Samsung and features with a 1ms rate, a Delta-E level less than one, and a peak brightness equivalent to that of 1200 nits. The display doesn’t exactly feature with a cutout in the screen for the sake of a camera and hence settles for bezels so as to house the cameras and sensors. It happens to be protected by Gorilla Glass Victus.
The snapdragon 888 processor is the chipset which is included within the device and this is paired with 16 gigs of RAM and 512 gigs of internal storage. It’s actually rather surprising that the phone doesn’t feature with the Snapdragon 888 Plus.
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For the sake of the cameras, the snapdragon phone features with a 24MP front facing camera with a 27mm focal length. On the back are available three cameras: including a 64MP one from Sony.
The device is also shipped with the aid of dual stereo speakers with a smart amp and happens to be one of the very first phones to feature with the support for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Sound technology.
The device makes way with a massive 4000mAh battery with the support for Quick Charge 5 and 65W fast charging. The company has also included within a 65W adapter in the box. Also are included within the box premium snapdragon-branded earbuds with a charging case and also a phone case.