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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
The Kryo series of cores are the successor Qualcomm's {{qualcomm|Krait|l=arch}} cores. Unlike Krait, Kryo cores are not Qualcomm's own design but rather a semi-customer implementation of [[Arm]]'s own {{armh|Cortex}} cores.
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The Kryo series of cores are the successor Qualcomm's {{qualcomm|Krait|l=arch}} cores. Unlike Krait, Kryo cores are not Qualcomm's own design but rather a semi-custom implementation of [[Arm]]'s own {{armh|Cortex}} cores.
  
 
Kryo cores usually come in two variants - termed Gold and Silver - denoting the underlying [[microarchitecture]]. The Silver variants utilize [[Arm]]'s {{armh|Cortex}} A ultra-low-power cores while the Gold variants utilize the high-performance cores instead. The two cores are combines using Arm's [[big.LITTLE]] or [[DynamIQ]] architecture.
 
Kryo cores usually come in two variants - termed Gold and Silver - denoting the underlying [[microarchitecture]]. The Silver variants utilize [[Arm]]'s {{armh|Cortex}} A ultra-low-power cores while the Gold variants utilize the high-performance cores instead. The two cores are combines using Arm's [[big.LITTLE]] or [[DynamIQ]] architecture.
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! !! Core Name !! Introduction || Microarchitecture !! SoCs
 
! !! Core Name !! Introduction || Microarchitecture !! SoCs
 
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| Kryo 250 || Kryo 250 Silver || June 2018 || {{armh|Cortex-A53|l=arch}} || [[Snapdragon 632]]
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 240 || Kryo 240 Silver || rowspan="2" | January 2020 || {{armh|Cortex-A53|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 460]]
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| Kryo 240 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A73|l=arch}}
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 250 || Kryo 250 Silver || rowspan="2" |June 2018 || {{armh|Cortex-A53|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 632]]
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| Kryo 250 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A73|l=arch}}
 
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 260 || Kryo 260 Silver || rowspan="2" | May 2017<br>April 2019<br>January 2020 || {{armh|Cortex-A53|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 660]]<br>[[Snapdragon 665]]<br>[[Snapdragon 662]]
 
| rowspan="2" | Kryo 260 || Kryo 260 Silver || rowspan="2" | May 2017<br>April 2019<br>January 2020 || {{armh|Cortex-A53|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 660]]<br>[[Snapdragon 665]]<br>[[Snapdragon 662]]
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| Kryo 260 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A73|l=arch}}
 
| Kryo 260 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A73|l=arch}}
 
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| Kryo 280 || Kryo 280 Gold || November 2016 || {{armh|Cortex-A73|l=arch}} || [[Snapdragon 835]]
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 280 || Kryo 280 Silver || rowspan="2" | November 2016 || {{armh|Cortex-A53|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 835]]
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| Kryo 280 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A73|l=arch}}
 
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 360 || Kryo 360 Silver || rowspan="2" | May 2018 || {{armh|Cortex-A55|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 710]]
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 360 || Kryo 360 Silver || rowspan="2" | May 2018 || {{armh|Cortex-A55|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 710]]<br>[[Snapdragon 670]]
 
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| Kryo 360 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A75|l=arch}}
 
| Kryo 360 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A75|l=arch}}
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| Kryo 495 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A76|l=arch}}
 
| Kryo 495 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A76|l=arch}}
 
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 595 || Kryo 595 Silver || rowspan="2" | December 2019 || {{armh|Cortex-A55|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 865]]
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 560 || Kryo 560 Silver || rowspan="2" | June 2020 || {{armh|Cortex-A55|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 690]]
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| Kryo 560 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A77|l=arch}}
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| rowspan="2" | Kryo 585 || Kryo 585 Silver || rowspan="2" | December 2019 || {{armh|Cortex-A55|l=arch}} || rowspan="2" | [[Snapdragon 865]]
 
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| Kryo 595 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A77|l=arch}}
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| Kryo 585 Gold || {{armh|Cortex-A77|l=arch}}
 
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Latest revision as of 13:29, 28 February 2022

Kryo is a series of semi-custom ARM cores from Arm integrated by Qualcomm in their Snapdragon SoCs.

Overview[edit]

The Kryo series of cores are the successor Qualcomm's Krait cores. Unlike Krait, Kryo cores are not Qualcomm's own design but rather a semi-custom implementation of Arm's own Cortex cores.

Kryo cores usually come in two variants - termed Gold and Silver - denoting the underlying microarchitecture. The Silver variants utilize Arm's Cortex A ultra-low-power cores while the Gold variants utilize the high-performance cores instead. The two cores are combines using Arm's big.LITTLE or DynamIQ architecture.

Cores[edit]

Core Name Introduction Microarchitecture SoCs
Kryo 240 Kryo 240 Silver January 2020 Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 460
Kryo 240 Gold Cortex-A73
Kryo 250 Kryo 250 Silver June 2018 Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 632
Kryo 250 Gold Cortex-A73
Kryo 260 Kryo 260 Silver May 2017
April 2019
January 2020
Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 660
Snapdragon 665
Snapdragon 662
Kryo 260 Gold Cortex-A73
Kryo 280 Kryo 280 Silver November 2016 Cortex-A53 Snapdragon 835
Kryo 280 Gold Cortex-A73
Kryo 360 Kryo 360 Silver May 2018 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 710
Snapdragon 670
Kryo 360 Gold Cortex-A75
Kryo 385 Kryo 385 Silver December 2017 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 845
Kryo 385 Gold Cortex-A75
Kryo 460 Kryo 460 Silver October 2018 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 675
Kryo 460 Gold Cortex-A76
Kryo 465 Kryo 465 Silver January 2020 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 720G
Kryo 465 Gold Cortex-A76
Kryo 470 Kryo 470 Silver April 2019 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 730/730G
Kryo 470 Gold Cortex-A76
Kryo 485 Kryo 485 Silver December 2018 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 855
Kryo 485 Gold Cortex-A76
Kryo 495 Kryo 495 Silver December 2018 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 8cx
Kryo 495 Gold Cortex-A76
Kryo 560 Kryo 560 Silver June 2020 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 690
Kryo 560 Gold Cortex-A77
Kryo 585 Kryo 585 Silver December 2019 Cortex-A55 Snapdragon 865
Kryo 585 Gold Cortex-A77

See also[edit]