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.
There are a few more megacycles here and a new antenna for 60GHz WiFi, but the Snapdragon 712 supplants its predecessor mainly as a newer product.
HMD Global is expanding its second-generation smartphone line-up with what may become the Nokia 7.1 Plus outside of the country.
One source claims that the updated smartphones will get Qualcomm's latest top of the mid-range chipset. Others bring more into the picture.
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.
The first Android smartphones powered by Qualcomm's hot new Snapdragon 710 processor will apparently be released by the end of the quarter, possibly supporting various "premium" technologies at an affordable price point.
The 10 nm-based Snapdragon 710 might be Qualcomm's first 700-series SoC to see daylight soon, followed by an absolutely phenomenal-looking 8 nm Snapdragon 730.