Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G and Kryo 670 CPU, Snapdragon X535G modem released

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G was launched Wednesday at the chipmaker’s 5G Snapdragon Summit. Located between the Snapdragon 750G and Snapdragon 780G, the new system-on-chip (SoC) is designed to provide an enhanced multimedia experience with a whole new configuration. The Snapdragon 778G SoC is also the successor to the Snapdragon 768G, which debuted in May last year. The new product is based on 6nm process technology and can offer significant processing upgrades and power efficiency over the Snapdragon 768G SoC. Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon 778G can deliver two times better artificial intelligence (AI) performance improvements than its predecessor.

The Snapdragon 778G SoC will be available in the second quarter of 2021. Qualcomm Said in the press statement.The new chip powers enterprise luxury smartphones, including: honor, iQoo, Motorola, Oppo, Real me,and Xiaomi.. Other smartphone vendors haven’t announced plans yet, but Honor has confirmed that the Snapdragon 778G will be available in the Honor 50 series.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G specifications

Qualcomm provided the Kryo 670 CPU with the Snapdragon 778 GSoC. It is designed to provide up to 40% better performance than the Kryo475 CPUs available on the Snapdragon 768G. The chip also includes an Adreno 642L GPU. It is also valued for providing graphics that are up to 40% faster than its predecessor. In addition to the new CPU and GPU, the Snapdragon 778G features a low-power Hexagon 770 processor and a second-generation Qualcomm Sensing Hub, providing a next-generation AI experience.

The Snapdragon 778G also includes a Qualcomm Spectra 570L Triple Image Signal Processor (ISP) that can simultaneously capture triple images with resolutions up to 22 megapixels. Triple ISP supports wide, ultra wide, zoom cameras and also offers 4K HDR10 + video capture.

In terms of connectivity, the Snapdragon 778G has an integrated Snapdragon X535G modem that supports millimeter-wave and sub-65G networks. There is also a Qualcomm FastConnect 6700 connectivity system that supports multi-Gigabit class Wi-Fi 6 speeds up to 2.9 Gbps. This chip can support Wi-Fi 6 / 6E, 5G, and Bluetooth v5.2. It is also claimed to provide a low latency connection. There is support for location services via GPS, Glonass, BeiDou, Galileo, QZSS, and NavIC.

For mobile gamers, the Snapdragon 778G supports Qualcomm Game Quick Touch. It is touted to provide up to 20% faster input response to touch latency than its predecessor. The chip also has other Qualcomm Snapdragon Elite gaming features such as variable rate shading.

The Snapdragon 778G features LPDDR5 RAM, which supports frequencies up to 3200MHz and capacities up to 16GB. In addition to HDR10 and HDR10 + support, it also supports Full HD + displays with refresh rates up to 144Hz. Smartphone vendors can also offer displays up to 4K with a refresh rate of 60Hz.

Qualcomm also offers Quick Charge 4+ technology for a faster charging experience. The chip also includes support for USB version 3.1 with a USB Type-C interface.

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