Qualcomm Announces Next Generation Snapdragon 765 and 865, 3D Sonic Fingerprint Technology


  • Qualcomm Unveils New Snapdragon 765 and 865, 
  • Also announces 3D Sonic Fingerprint Scanner Technology


Qualcomm unveils big announcement of its Yearly Summit.

The new Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 5G mobile platforms define what is possible in flagship smartphones while enabling broad based 5G adoption across the growing number of commercial 5G networks.

“5G will open new and exciting opportunities to connect, compute, and communicate in ways we’ve yet to imagine and we are happy to be a key player driving the adoption of 5G around the world,” said Amon. “Our Snapdragon 5G mobile platforms announced today will continue to show leadership in the industry and deliver on the promise of scaling 5G in 2020.”

Announcing the 2020 8-Series Snapdragon flagship, a 7-Series integrated 5G platform and Modular Platform families.

Alex Katouzian, senior vice president and general manager, mobile, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., unveiled two new 5G Snapdragon mobile platforms to lead and scale 5G and AI in 2020. The flagship Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform.

Katouzian also introduced our first family of mobile platform-based modules, the Snapdragon 865 and 765 Modular Platforms. These modular platforms are products of an end-to-end strategy to empower the industry with the tools needed to scale 5G with ease, offering our customers lower development costs while also more quickly commercializing products with new industrial designs for mobile and IoT devices.

New Qualcomm 3D Sonic Fingerprint Technology


Katouzian also announced 3D Sonic Max, the latest version of Qualcomm ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. 3D Sonic Max offers a recognition area that is 17x larger than the previous generation, allowing for increased security via simultaneous two-finger authentication, increased speed and ease of use.

Amon and Katouzian were also joined on stage by ecosystem leaders:

“Given its role to date in helping advance the global 5G ecosystem, I’m excited to see Qualcomm Technologies announce plans for mobile platform-based modules designed to further scale products across the industry,” said Nicki Palmer, chief product development officer, Verizon. She added, “the Snapdragon Tech Summit is a great venue for ecosystem partners to collaborate and for Verizon to share our vision of where 5G will make the greatest impact on society.”

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