8848 Titanium M6 5G with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Announced

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 has not been announced yet but the almost unknown company 8848 has announced their new luxury Titanium M6 5G which may be one of the first to use the chipset.

In reality, while they have announced the phone, the chipset won’t be available until next year, and I doubt they will beat the first to market, which is more than likely be the Samsung Galaxy S11.

8848 have confirmed it will arrive in 2020 but don’t say specifically when.

Unsurprisingly, they have not revealed any specifics about the chipset, but it is a 5G phone and we can safely assume the 5G model will be integrated into the chipset. It is currently expected that Qualcomm do the same Hisilicon with their Kirin 990 and launch a 4G and 5G variant of the chipset.

Previously leaked benchmarks show a modest improvement in performance for the SD865, however it fails to beat the scores achieved by the Apple A13 Bionic.

When it comes to the smartphone, it boasts a 6.01-inch AMOLED display, 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. Furthermore, it ships with a 64MP shooter that can capture up to 100MP photos via advanced interpolation.

The 8848 Titanium M6 5G will not only have AI assistance from Android but it comes with an actual personal assistant service for its customers.

The current M3 Summit Series sells for 19999RMB with a crocodile leather back and this works out as £2177 and uses the 2-year-old Snapdragon 835.

It has been a while since I have heard about a luxury phone brand, Vertu was the most famous established back in 1998 by Nokia which eventually went backrups in 2017. However, they releached in 2018 with the announcement of the Aster P smartphone. The Aster P was a $4200 smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 660 processor, a 3,200mAh battery, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage and destined to completely fail.

Post from: Mighty Gadget – Gadget and Technology Blog

8848 Titanium M6 5G with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Announced

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