The Snapdragon 780G 5G is built on Samsung’s 5-nanometer node and supports advanced data communication technologies.
Qualcomm also officially announced the Snapdragon 780G 5G chip for the upper mid-range, and then took the press release and specification off its side. We do not know why this was the case or whether we can consider the information shared on the manufacturer’s website for a short time to be official, in any case the Snapdragon 780G 5G is very convincing based on what has been said so far.
The set, manufactured on Samsung’s 5-nanometer node, is the first in the 7-series, which supports the WiFi 6 standard as well as more advanced WiFi 6E networks. With the FastConnect 6900 Connectivity System, the maximum download speed is 3.6 Gbps on the 802.11ax standard, and the X53 5G modem is capable of 3.3 Gbps on networks below 6 GHz (sub-6 GHz). From memory, however, the LPDDR4 standard is supported up to 16 GB, while Bluetooth is supported up to version 5.2.
The eight-core chip contains one Cortex-A78 core of up to 2.4 GHz and three Cortex-A78 cores operating at up to 1.8 GHz, and four 1.9 GHz Cortex cores operating in the energy-efficient cluster. A55 is working. The Adreno 642 GPU supports 10-bit HDR display during gameplay, driver update, 120 Hz image update and is the first to use Qualcomm Spectra 570 ISP, which handles three cameras simultaneously (telephoto, wide and ultra wide angle sensor) and allows you to take HDR10 + 4K images.
The sixth-generation Hexagon 770 AI engine has a fixed-point computing power of 12 TOPS, more than double that of the previous-generation Snapdragon 765G. This Qualcomm also says it enables enhanced voice and video calling with AI-based noise reduction and voice assistant interactions. The new SoC also integrates a dedicated, low-power AI processor for audio processing.