In a blog post, Qualcomm has revealed the specifications of its new SoCs Snapdragon 200 and Snapdragon 400, meant to build for entry and mid-range smartphones and tablets. As per the company, these two processors will be seen powering several Android devices at the end of this year.
Regarding Snapdragon 400, Qualcomm quoted that it’s a mid-range mobile processor that comes in two variants, one with dual-core Krait CPUs with speeds of up to 1.7GHz per core and other with quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPUs with speeds of up to 1.4GHz per core. This processor are said to have the resemblance (to certain extent) with traditional Snapdragon S4 found in a number of currently-available smartphones such as the HTC 8X, Nokia Lumia 920 or Samsung Galaxy S III (US variants).
As per the company, Snapdragon 400 will also have support for key modem technologies, including HSPA+, TDSCDMA and W+G CDMA as well as multi-SIM capabilities. The Snapdragon 400 features LPDDR2 or LPDDR3 RAM and support for up to 13.5MP cameras as well as Miracast for wireless content streaming. Both the variants will come with embedded Adreno 305 GPU.
As far as Snapdragon 200 is concerned, it features quad-core ARM Cortex-A5 CPUs with speeds of up to 1.4GHz per core, an Adreno 203 GPU, LPDDR2 RAM, GPS, multi-SIM capability and support for up to 8MP cameras, HD video playback and CDMA or UMTS modems.