SmartPhone Terms Decoded Part 2

SmartPhone Terms Decoded Part 2

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There are a lot of words on it that people who are not in the professional field may not necessarily understand, so that they don't know how to pick the right phone for them. Next, AGM Mobile will explain these similar proper nouns from a professional perspective so that you can pick the right phone for you.

1, What is Qualcomm Snapdragon?

Qualcomm Snapdragon is a processor, and many people know that the processor is the core of the phone. Now the high-end processors are Snapdragon 865, Apple A13, Kirin 990, etc., while the mid-range processors are Snapdragon 7 series, Kirin 820 and other processors. The better the processor of the phone, in general, the more smooth the phone. But the better the processor, the greater the corresponding power consumption, the phone is easy to heat up.

2, IP68/IP69K/ What does it mean?

Here IP is the abbreviation of Ingress Protection, the IP Code denotes the degree of protection provided by your device's internal casings and enclosures The IP Code denotes the degree of protection provided by your device's internal casings and enclosures against dust, intrusion, and most importantly water.
As per IEC standard 60529, IP is always succeeded by two digits. If we take IP68 as an example, the first digit (tens), 6, denotes protection against dust, If we take IP68 as an example, the first digit (tens), 6, denotes protection against dust, while the second digit (units) signifies protection against prolonged immersion in water.
For a detailed guide, have a look at this picture:

So IP68-rated machine can go up to 1.5m for the same amount of time, IP69k means that the phone would be able to withstand high-pressure, high-temperature jet sprays, steam-cleaning, or washdowns.

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