Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 778G 5G processor, flagship features and more

Qualcomm has introduced a new Snapdragon processor for mobile devices: the 778G 5g.

The series Snapdragon 700 is now quite packed, and the highest mid-range processors can cope. (The Committee on Foreign Affairs and Energy)

Qualcomm announces the debut of the new Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset, the newest in the Snapdragon 700 series of processors, focusing on forthcoming devices in the Upper Midrange.

The new chipset delivers several capabilities from Snapdragon Elite Gaming’s high-end chipset solutions and supports the sixth generation of Qualcomm’s AI engine, mmWave, and Sub-6 5G connection.

The business, supported by Qualcomm’s Kryo 670 cores, promises that the Snapdragon 788G would deliver a 40 percent boost on CPU performance, with the new Adreno 642L GPU under the hood further enhancing the generation over a generation of graphs.

This GPU will be included in the Snapdragon 778G, including some of the company’s high-end 800 series chipsets for graphical use. The 144Hz display may be supported in the FHD resolution or a 60Hz display in the 4K resolution.

These upgrades are part of the Snapdragon Elite Gaming capabilities of Qualcomm, which include Variable Rate Shading (VRS) and Game Quick Touch. The first will allow a game developer to optimize the burden of the GPU to decrease power drain while ensuring the performance of visuals is not too high.

Meanwhile, Qualcomm Quick Touch Game will provide the mobile phone community a fast-touch latency of 20 percent.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G specifications, features

The Snapdragon 778G is fitted with a Snapdragon X53 5G modem on the communication front, supporting both mmWave and sub-6 connection, Qualcomm says. The firm also supports WI-Fi 6/6E compatibility for rates up to 2.9 Gbps (with 5GHz and 6gHz bands).

The Snapdragon Sound technology for decreased lateness and greater quality audio also includes audio quality on devices with this processor. The newest Bluetooth 5.2 support will be provided as well.

AI capabilities Features 

Qualcomm also boosts the Snapdragon778G processor’s AI capacity onboard, backed by the Hexagon 770 DSP’s sixth-generation Qualcomm AI engine. The business states that the new QDSP has 12 TOPs, which is double the previous one, so that the makers may utilize it to power noise removal and enhanced AI-based cameras.

The Snapdragon Series chipset contains the Spectra 570L ISP and can handle up to 64MP single or 36MP or 22MP dual cameras with a 22MP triple camera arrangement option in imaging. It allows the capture of up to three separate camera viewpoints — the high-end Galaxy S21 Ultra’s director-view experience.

The Spectra ISP and the AI engine are also expected to improve during the night mode of devices powered by the new chipset. It supports single-camera bokeh on the selfie shooter, while AI-focused electronic image stabilization and seamless transition between cameras support the back camera.

Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 supports Snapdragon 778, including Quick Charge 4+ compatibility, like the high-end Snapdragon 888 chipset, will not include Qualcomm.

It expects that in future months after corporate reports, the newest Qualcomm 700 series chipset would be used by manufacturers such as Honor, Motorola, OPPO, Realme, and Xiaomi.

 

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