Qualcomm has announced a new 700 series chipset, a mobile chip that it calls Snapdragon 778G 5G, and will be available on mid-range phones from various manufacturers, including Motorola, Xiaomi, Realme, Honor, Oppo, and iQOO.
The goal is to have such a chip in the coming months, which will give mid-range phones access to video capture and artificial intelligence capabilities like those of phones that use Snapdragon 888.
The Snapdragon 778G offers three image signal processors, which makes it possible to use three cameras capturing both photo and video at the same time. In this way we can easily switch between the video transmissions of different cameras during a recording, increasing the possibilities of multimedia creation in this type of device.
It also allows the use of cameras with staggered HDR sensors such as the 50 megapixel chip in the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, which allows better results in HDR video recording.
When it comes to mobile games, it has improvements in the efficiency of the GPU, improvements that also allow better suppression of camera noise during video calls.
These mobiles will also be able to use both mmWave and sub-6GHz 5G, as well as Wi-Fi 6.
It will take a few months to see this chip in new mobiles, but everything seems to indicate that the functions of the current high-end range will be increasingly common in the mid-range, which will help improve the multimedia content that we find daily on the networks. .