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### Enhancing Affordability: Qualcomm’s Latest Chip Empowers Budget Phones with ChatGPT-Like AI

The Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 brings performance upgrades and on-device AI to phones just below the top ti…

Qualcomm has unveiled new [golden] technology aimed at making advanced features more accessible in smartphones, following the recent introduction of cutting-edge smart chips like ChatGPT-inspired conceptual AI for high-end devices. The upcoming smartphones from Honor, Vivo, and other manufacturers will be powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3, set to hit the market later this month.

At the Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm emphasized the significance of on-device conceptual AI as a defining trait for phones equipped with the latest Snapdragon processors in 2024. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 introduces innovative conceptual AI capabilities, including Secure Diffusion for generating new images based on prompts and expanding the boundaries of photos. This technology has already debuted in the Xiaomi 14 Series available in China.

One lingering question is whether the conceptual AI features of the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 will match up to its more powerful counterparts. As of now, Qualcomm has not provided clarification on this matter.

While the chip’s relational AI capabilities are impressive, the actual implementation by each manufacturer will determine the extent to which these features are integrated into devices running the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3.

In theory, on-device relational AI offers advantages over cloud-based solutions, such as reduced overhead by eliminating the need to send queries to external servers and receive responses. Additionally, it can leverage personal data like behavioral patterns without transmitting information, enhancing privacy and security measures.

The article hints at the potential utility of Qualcomm’s ChatGPT-like Phone AI during a trip to Hawaii.

Apart from conceptual AI enhancements, the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 boasts a revamped neural processing system to handle AI tasks efficiently, aligning with Qualcomm’s latest chip offerings. This new chip variant is 15% faster, 20% more power-efficient than its predecessor, and supports rapid charging, reaching 50% capacity in just five minutes. Notably, the 7 Gen 3 introduces spatial audio with head tracking, a first in the 7-series lineup.

While the Android 7 Gen 3 retains the Kyro CPUs used in previous models, a potential upgrade to the new Oryon CPU, featured in the Snapdragon X Elite for Computers, could significantly enhance performance and efficiency. Qualcomm’s recent announcement at the Chipset Summit indicates the integration of Oryon CPUs into various product lines, starting with mobile devices in 2024.

Looking ahead, Qualcomm’s collaboration with Honor and Vivo has already yielded the release of smartphones powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3, with more partnerships expected to emerge next year. Future devices from these brands are likely to leverage the Android 7 Gen 3, building on the success of its predecessor, the Android 6 Gen 2, seen in devices like the Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 and realme GT Neo 5SE.

In the future, other companies may also adopt the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 in their devices. Motorola, for instance, could potentially incorporate Qualcomm’s new chip in upcoming mid-range offerings to balance cost-effectiveness without compromising performance, similar to the strategy employed in the Motorola Razr 2023, which utilized the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1.

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