The eight-core Snapdragon 665 is made on the 11-nm process technology and works with four Kryo 260 cores (ARM Cortex-A73) and two pairs of Kryo 260 cores (Cortex-A53) at a maximum clock frequency of 2.2 GHz. The processor was equipped with an LTE-modem X12 and a graphics chip Adreno 610, as well as improved AI. The Spectra 165 module supports triple cameras with a maximum sensor resolution of 48 megapixels.
The Snapdragon 730 chip was made on the 8-nm process technology and is equipped with new Kryo 470 (Cortex-A76) cores, and its performance has been increased by 35% compared to previous models. There is an LTE-modem X15, a graphics chip Adreno 618, as well as Wi-Fi 6, Hexagon 688 DSP and Spectra 350 ISP modules.
The Snapdragon 730G processor is designed for gaming-oriented smartphones and is equipped with fps leveling and game optimization technology. Its capacity is 15% more than that of the same Snapdragon 730, and the chipset also supports slow-motion shooting at 960 frames per second and the current display resolution at 1440p.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 665, 730 and 730G processors should appear in smartphones that will be introduced in mid-2019. Exact names of models and manufacturers are still unknown.