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AMD’s Smartphone Chipset Is Apparently Called Ryzen C7


AMD, the company that primarily makes CPUs for PCs, might be aiming to storm the smartphone market as Ryzen C7 with full spec sheet surfaces. Today, Qualcomm and Apple are the top chipset makers for mobile devices, with Samsung, HiSilicon, and MediaTek adding competition. And if the rumor surrounding this upcoming AMD SoC proves to be true, consumers and enthusiasts wouldn’t mind seeing team red dominating the mobile market. After all, AMD is now popular for its high-performing chips with competitive prices.

As shared by a Twitter user (@HansDeVriesNL), the so-called Ryzen C7 features an eight-core CPU that goes up to 3GHz. Clustered into three groups — four are ARM Cortex A55 @ 2GHz, two are based on Cortex A78 @ 2.6GHz, and the other two are based on Cortex X1 @ 3GHz. Interestingly, the process node which the Ryzen C7 is based on is 5nm. As for the GPU, C7 is using a custom 4-core compute unit @ 700MHz which is claimed to be 45% faster than the Adreno 650 on the Snapdragon 865.

For connectivity, MediaTek 5G UltraSave Modem enables 5G connectivity along with Wi-Fi 6. Other features include up to 2K @ 144Hz HDR10+ display support, UFS 3.1 storage, and LPDDR5 RAM @ 2750MHz.

As exciting as this leaked report is, you have to take this with a grain of salt.


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