The way cameras operate for complex tasks like multi-pass noise reduction and pre-shutter video capture, Qualcomm has set its chipsets to produce smaller images.
A 24-megapixel selfie camera, a 6.3-inch display and... a Snapdragon 660 processor. That last bit may have disappointed a few wishlist writers.
These two phones hit the mid-range of the smartphone market with lots of Qualcomm technologies and quick support of Android updates as they come.
Those three chipsets are featured on several of the non-Google phones that are eligible for the Android P beta program, which explains a lot.
It may not sound like a powerhouse, but the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 mobile platform should help make "modern" mid-range phones faster and wider.
It's crazy just how far Qualcomm's mid-end mobile processors have come, with the Snapdragon 660 and 630 borrowing plenty of features from the 8xx series.
Rumors are also spreading of a Snapdragon 660 that runs with some of the latest Kryo chip architecture. And yes, there's a Snapdragon 830 in the pipe.