From Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip is clearly the company Flagship CPU, which powers everything from Samsung Galaxy S21 line to a bunch of gaming phones and a lot plus. Northow Qualcomm is announcing the new Snapdragon 780G chip, which promises to bring flagship performance to mid-range phones.
The Snapdragon 780G is the successor to last year’s 765G and 768G chips, which appeared in phones such as the pixel 5, And it is a new update to Qualcomm’s line of mid-range mobile processors.
The 780G is based on a Kryo 670 CPU which according to Qualcomm is 40% faster than the 768G, with an Adreno 642 GPU capable of supporting displays with refresh rates up to 144 Hz. The 780G is also based on a 5nm architecture, which is a first among Qualcomm’s mid-range 7-series chips. and it should translate into better energy efficiency across the board.
TThe 780G also features Qualcomm’s sixth-generation AI engine powered by a Hexagon 770 processor with a fused AI throttle that Qualcomm claims can deliver up to 12 TOPS and double the performance of the previous one.chips gen. There’s even a new AI throttle designed to help better drown out background noise when you’re on a call while absorbing less power to do so.
On the camera side, the 780G’s Spectra 570 ISP is now capable of capturing up to three photos simultaneously in up to 25 MP, while the image processor is better equipped to handle low-light photographys and supports 4K HDR too.
The 780G also comes with Qualcomm’s FastConnect 6900 technology to better support wireless connectivity. including Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 and Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound for higher quality 24-bit wireless audio.
And like virtually all new mobile chips, the 780G has support for all major 5G flavors, with Qualcomm claiming top speeds below 6Ghz of up to 3.3 Gbps.
As we keep waiting to hear about phones that will use the Snapdragon 780G, Qualcomm expects its new mid-range chip to start appearing in consumers devices before the end of the second quarter of 2021.