Qualcomm has just announced its Snapdragon 780G, successor to the Snapdragon 768G, and that will be found on many mid-range devices during 2021.
Even though Qualcomm is best known for its high-end mobile processors, like the latest Snapdragon 888 found on the latest premium smartphones, the Californian founder is also recognized for its mid-range 7-series SoCs. Precisely, Qualcomm has just presented the new flagship chip of this range, the Snapdragon 780G, which succeeds last year’s 768G, and that we should find on many mid-range smartphones in 2021.
The Snapdragon 780G is based on a Kyro 670 CPU and the 6th generation Qualcomm AI Engine with the Hexagon 770 processor, delivering up to twice the AI performance of its predecessor. On the GPU side, we can count on an Adreno 642 and the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform to ensure the updating of drivers and smooth 10-bit HDR gaming. On the connectivity side, we take advantage of the Snapdragon X53 modem which provides connectivity 5G, and we also find support for WiFi 6 (and even WiFi 6E) and Bluetooth 5.2.
Importantly, the Snapdragon 780G is the first 7-series processor to opt for a triple ISP (Image Signal Processor), allowing it to support three cameras simultaneously. Low-light photos / videos should be improved, and equipped smartphones will be able to shoot videos in HDR10 + and 4K HDR. This promising new SoC should land on the market in the second quarter of 2021, and it should logically be found on many devices by the end of the year.
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