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base frequency1,800 MHz (1.8 GHz, 1,800,000 kHz) +
core count8 +
core nameKryo 250 Silver + and Kryo 250 Gold +
designerQualcomm +
dspHexagon 546 DSP +
familySnapdragon 600 +
first announcedJune 26, 2018 +
first launchedJune 26, 2018 +
full page namequalcomm/snapdragon 600/632 +
has ecc memory supportfalse +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
integrated gpuAdreno 506 +
integrated gpu designerQualcomm +
isaARMv8 +
isa familyARM +
ldateJune 26, 2018 +
manufacturerSamsung +
market segmentMobile +
max cpu count1 +
max memory8,192 MiB (8,388,608 KiB, 8,589,934,592 B, 8 GiB, 0.00781 TiB) +
max memory channels2 +
microarchitectureCortex-A53 + and Cortex-A73 +
model numberSDM632 +
nameSnapdragon 632 +
process14 nm (0.014 μm, 1.4e-5 mm) +
series600 +
smp max ways1 +
supported memory typeLPDDR3 +
technologyCMOS +
thread count8 +
used byHuawei Honor 8C +, Meizu Note 8 +, Asus Zenfone Max M2 +, Moto G7 +, Moto G7 Play +, Moto G7 Power +, Redmi 7 +, Redmi Y3 + and Fairphone 3 +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +