Qualcomm is working on new chips that will extend the battery life of wearable devices by fifty percent. This emerged from the leaked slides, but has since been confirmed by the company. Socs are manufactured on 4nm node and 25 different smartwatches are planned with these chips.
It was already known that Qualcomm was working on new chips for wearable devices and for the company hinted before It will appear soon. Earlier there were rumors about it These wear socks are produced at 4nm. Evleaks now Details about the wearable chip have been released. Qualcomm comes with two new smartwatch chips: W5 + Gen 1 and W5 Gen 1. The leaker is showing three information sheets that the W5 Gen 1 chipset offers fifty percent longer battery life on smartwatches compared to the Snapdragon 4100+, which is the most modern company that can worn soc.
The chipset supports Bluetooth 5.3 and can put smartwatches into an extra deep sleep mode, so the battery life lasts longer. The chips also have support for health sensors that continuously measure.
Smartwatches could also get a much thinner design with the new chips. The papers indicate that Wear 5+ Gen 1-soc will be thirty percent smaller than its predecessor. The foil surface is 90 mm² much smaller than the Wear 4100+. It measures 100 mm² for soc and 28 mm² for soc Integrated circuits for power management. With the Wear 5+ Gen 1 chip, this is integrated into the community itself. Height also improves. It goes from 0.69 mm to 0.48 mm.
The chip will also be twice as fast as its predecessor. The Wear 5+ Gen 1 has four Cortex-A53 cores, one Cortex-M55 core with a clock speed of 250MHz, and 16GB of Lpddr4-2133 memory. The papers indicate that at least 25 wearables are already in development and in use.
Update, 6:15 p.m.: Qualcomm now has socs officially announced In a press release. The manufacturer also announced that the Oppo Watch 3 series will be launched in the market in August.
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