Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G will further lower the 5nm process threshold


Snapdragon 780G

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Qualcomm’s 7-series mid-range mobile phone processors finally ushered in a new member todaySnapdragon 780G. This processor is based on Samsung’s 5nm process, the CPU uses a 2.4GHz Cortex-A78, three 2.2GHz A78 and four 1.9GHz A55 cores, performance is 40% better than the previous generation S768G. In the GPU part, Adreno 642 is selected, which has a performance increase of 50% compared with the previous generation. In addition, the new product is also equipped with Hexagon 770 and Qualcomm’s sixth-generation AI engine, and the AI ​​computing power can reach 12TOPS.

In terms of connectivity, S780G uses the Snapdragon X53 modem, supports dual-mode 5G, and downloads speeds up to 3.3Gbps. At the same time, it is also equipped with the same FastConnect 6900 as the S888, supporting WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 and Snapdragon Sound. As for the image part, this processor has a combination of three Spectra 570 ISPs, can process up to 2.5 billion pixels per second, and supports 10-bit HDR HEIF photo shooting and 4K HDR video recording. In terms of display, it can be matched with the highest FHD+ 144Hz panel. In addition, there are features such as Snapdragon Elite Gaming and QC4+ fast charging, and this chip also has all of them.

According to Qualcomm, mobile phones using Snapdragon 780G are expected to enter the market as early as the second quarter of this year.

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