Two days ago, we saw that the Snapdragon 8150 will be revealed on December 4, and the information coming from the Ice Universe reports details about the kernels of the highly anticipated processor.
According to the well-known twitter account for Ice Universe leakage, the Snapdragon 8150 will feature four Kryo Silver low-power cores with a 128KB L2 cache each, 1.8GHz, three Kryo Gold with 256KB L2 cache, clocked at 2.419GHz and a Kryo Gold core for heavy processes with a 512KB L2 cache with its clock being clocked at 2.842GHz.
A look at L2 cache prices makes us realize that they are the same as Snapdragon 845, with Kryo Gold 256KB and Kryo Silver 128KB and it is believed that the Snapdragon 8150 will use DynamicIQ architecture to give it even more flexibility as far as its capabilities are concerned, something that we need to see in practice with the daily use of smartphones that will use it.
It is not yet known on which architecture to build, when Kirin 980 and A12 Bionic are based on 7nm, Exynos 9820 at 8nm, and so is the LTE modem and its capabilities. What is known is that graphics processing will be based on the Adreno 640 GPU, which is expected to improve the performance of smartphones in image processing and video games.