AMD smartphone chipsets can change the game, soon to come

AMD smartphone chipsets can change the game, soon to come

A visitor tries out the Huawei P40 Pro smartphone at the IFA 2020 Special Edition consumer electronics and appliances trade fair on the fair’s opening day on September 03, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. The fair is taking place despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, albeit in a reduced form and without personal access for the general public. The IFA 2020 Special Edition will take place from September 3-5.
It offers advanced CPUs and GPUs in the tech market, allowing consumers to have the best computer experience. Aside from this, it is also one of the giant firms in the high-end gaming console segment.

Qualcomm, one of the best smartphone SoC makers, could be facing a major threat from AMD’s products if the current speculation is true.

A man wearing gloves as a protective measure, holds a smartphone in Madrid on March 19, 2020. – Spain today announced that deaths from the novel coronavirus had jumped by nearly 30 percent over the past 24 hours to 767. The number of people who have contracted the disease has meanwhile grown by around 25 percent to 17,147, according to health ministry figures.

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  • AMD smartphone chipset could be a game-changer once it becomes a reality. As of the moment, the giant tech manufacturer is considered one of the best computer component developers.

  • And now, some rumors claim that the tech creator is also planning to enter the smartphone industry by developing advanced chipsets for various handset brands. However, AMD hasn’t confirmed which smartphone manufacturers it would be working with.