Qualcomm to manufacture its own gaming cell phone in collaborating with Asus

Qualcomm will apparently build up its own gaming cell phone that is said to launch towards the finish of 2020 at the earliest. The chipset maker is supposed to be working with Asus to build up this reputed cell phone. Insights regarding this cell phone are very scant however Qualcomm has reported an event for December 1 where it is relied upon to reveal the Snapdragon 875 SoC for cell phones.

According to a report by Digitimes, refering to industry sources, Qualcomm will collaborate with Asus and launch a gaming cell phone toward the finish of 2020. This reputed gaming cell phone will be launched under Qualcomm marking and starting at now, there is no affirmation on what it will be called or the specifications. It seems like Asus will be dealing with the significant elements of the cell phone, despite the fact that Qualcomm as of now makes reference designs to test the most recent chipsets.

With Asus being included, it is conceivable that the Qualcomm gaming cell phone will have the Republic of Gamers branding also. It will undoubtedly have a high refresh rate display, the most recent Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, an enormous battery, and probably shoulder buttons.

Recently, Nvidia declared it will purchase ARM and according to a report by GSMArena, there are speculations of Nvidia substituting Mali GPUs for its own plans that may convey the GeForce branding. The rumoured Snapdragon 875 SoC will undoubtedly have an Adreno series GPU and it is fascinating to see the reputed GeForce mobile GPU conflict with the updated Adreno GPU.

Qualcomm has conveyed press welcomes for an occasion on December 1 where it will uncover the “latest and greatest Snapdragon news”. It is relied upon to declare the Snapdragon 875 SoC through a virtual event and now, with the most recent report on the gaming cell phone, the organization may share subtleties on it also.

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