New Snapdragon 780G SoC from Qualcomm

Some time back we saw reports referencing that Qualcomm is chipping away at a non-5G form of its Snapdragon 888 processor for cell phones. This came half a month after the organization presented the less amazing 8xx-arrangement SoC, the Snapdragon 870. Nonetheless, it would appear that the firm is intending to bring one more Snapdragon in with the general mish-mash that will be called as Snapdragon 780G.

As mentioned in a post on Weibo, the unannounced Snapdragon 780G may get a few highlights from the leader 888 processor. This may incorporate the FastConnect 6900 coordinated versatile availability framework for improved Wi-Fi 6e paces and Bluetooth v5.2, alongside another Snapdragon X53 5G modem that has a greatest download speed of 3.3Gbps.

Notwithstanding, there could be no other word on the particulars of its GPU and CPU for the present. It is likewise estimated that a portion of the specs may be gotten from the current Snapdragon 775 or 775G stages. A series of theory additionally expresses that Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G may be an overclocked variant of 775G yet with all the 888 availability treats we referenced previously.

Then, the US-based chipset creator is reputed to be chipping away at a less amazing variation of Snapdragon 888, which it may launch in the not so distant future. As per insider RQuandt on Twitter, the lower-end variation of the Snapdragon 888 is code named as SM8350. He adds that the processor is as of now underway and there is by all accounts no coordinated 5G modem in this one.

It merits referencing that the lower-end variation without an incorporated 5G modem may be a decent decision for business sectors that have not conveyed the organization like India. It is being said that while the avoidance of 5G may be the critical distinction among SM8350 and leader 888 SoC, Qualcomm may likewise eliminate some different highlights so it doesn’t eat into the market of Snapdragon 888.

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