Qualcomm claims your next smartwatch can last up to 90 HOURS on a single charge.

According to Qualcomm, which is developing the new W5 chips to compete with Apple and Apple, your next smartwatch can last up to 90 hours. Samsung.

The chips, dubbed the Snapdragon W5 and W5 Plus, are only four nanometers in size, a fraction of the size of a human hair at 80,000 nanometers.

The American company notes that the secret lies in the ability of the chips to efficiently remove heat even in a new low power mode.

This feature only “wakes up” the functions needed to complete tasks and allows others to go to sleep to save power.

Oppo will be the first smartwatch manufacturer to use the new chip. His device will be released in August, and Mobvoi’s new TicWatch will launch this fall.

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According to Qualcomm, which is developing new W5 chips to compete with Apple and Samsung, your next smartwatch can last up to 90 hours. The chips, dubbed the Snapdragon W5 and W5 Plus, are only four nanometers in size, a fraction of the size of a human hair at 80,000 nanometers.

While the Apple Watch may be the most popular, it only provides up to 18 hours of use.

Samsung Galaxy watches, on the other hand, have a battery that lasts around 40 hours.

The key to Qualcomm’s new chips is their ability to reduce battery power.

This is done by “waking up” only those functions that are in use and allowing others to “rest”. CNET reports.

Oppo will be the first smartwatch maker to use the new chip, with the device launching in August.  The picture shows modern Oppo smartwatches on the market.

Oppo will be the first smartwatch maker to use the new chip, with the device launching in August. The picture shows modern Oppo smartwatches on the market.

While the Apple Watch may be the most popular, it only provides up to 18 hours of use.

While the Apple Watch may be the most popular, it only provides up to 18 hours of use.

For example, if you are going for a run or listening to music, only satellite GPS, Wi-Fi, and audio functions will be activated, and everything else will be inactive.

Qualcomm says this results in a 57% reduction in power consumption for notifications compared to the latest generation Wear 4100+ chip, the predecessor of the new Snapdragon W5.

Qualcomm’s senior director of head units and wearables, Pankaj Kedia, likened the ability to turn on just a few lights to get to the kitchen at night, instead of turning on every light in your home.

“The rest of the SoC is powered down, so you extend battery life,” Kedia said.

And since the chips are 30 percent smaller than those currently on the market, smartwatch makers can finally add a camera to their devices.

Downsizing also allows companies to create thinner and sleeker watches.

And since Qualcomm's chips are 30% smaller than those currently on the market, smartwatch makers can finally add a camera to their devices.

And since Qualcomm’s chips are 30% smaller than those currently on the market, smartwatch makers can finally add a camera to their devices.

According to TechCodeQualcomm’s chips will also include ECG, motion sensors, PPG Biosensing (for measuring heart rate), and optical sensors.

It’s unlikely that Apple will use Qualcomm chips, but rumors of the tech giant’s upcoming Series 8 suggest it will have a five percent larger display and the ability to track the user’s body temperature.

According to Los Angeles-based veteran Apple expert Mark Gurman, the company will add body temperature detection to its Series 8 model, which is expected to be released this fall.

Meanwhile, another leaker, Ross Young of Austin, Texas, claims the Series 8’s screen size will be 1.99 inches diagonally.

This would make the Series 8 the largest Apple Watch screen, although the largest on the market overall is the Domiwear DM100 with a whopping 2.86-inch screen.

In comparison, the Apple Watch Series 7‌, released last year, was available in 1691-inch or 1901-inch screen sizes.

Apple is expected to release a total of three smartwatches this fall, including the Series 8, which is also rumored to feature a flat screen.