Last year, Qualcomm promised a revival of Wear OS smartwatches with the release of its Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor. The chip would breathe new life into the portable market, but instead it became a flop thanks to choppy performance and unimpressive battery life.
Fortunately, it looks like Qualcomm's gearing up to try again. According to a report by WinFuture the company develops a new smartwatch SoC, which is either called "Snapdragon Wear 429" or "Snapdragon Wear 2700."
Essentially a modified version of the Snapdragon 429 processor for smartphones, the new smartwatch chip is said to have a 64-bit architecture, using the newer Cortex A53 CPU, and having 8GB of storage along with 1
A "Track3" component is mentioned for the platform, which WinFuture says is likely to be used to offer better efficiency / battery life. Other things that are worth highlighting include Bluetooth 5.0, EMMC 5.1 flash memory support and an LTE modem.
Qualcomm is believed to be in the early development of the new chip, which means it will probably be a while before it comes to market. 19659002] The prospect of a new processor for the Wear OS, which actually delivers on its promises, is quite exciting, but Google will need more than just a new chipset if it wants to dig. Use the OS out of the tube, it has been for a few years now.
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