Snapdragon 660 benchmarked: a small bump over the S653

May 22nd, 2017   decode   news

Qualcomm’s mid-range series have a growing fan base thanks to solid performance and great battery life. Both qualities should improve with the new generation – the Snapdragon 660 is built on a 14nm process for efficiency and uses eight Kryo 260 cores for power.

So it’s a combination of the 625 and 653 chipsets that came before it, the best of both worlds. Or is it? The Snapdragon 65x had beefy Cortex-A72 cores to help with single-threaded tasks and Cortex-A53 for power efficiency, this one has only one type of core. And still Qualcomm promises a 20% improvement over the Snapdragon…

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