Qualcomm is the world’s biggest smartphone CPU manufacturer and we can find its hardware parts in smartphones ranging from Samsung’s Galaxy series to Google’s Pixel. The reason why Qualcomm’s products are used and appreciated by everyone is that they cater to all smartphone ranges, not only high-end expensive devices. With that said, a new 700-series chipset is now available.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G CPU
The latest 700-series chipset is called 778G and it will be used for premium “mid-rage” devices from companies such as Honor, Realme, Xiaomi, IQOO, Oppo, and Motorola. The new smartphones that are powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset will launch next month.
What makes the new CPU stand out is the fact that it borrows features from the high-end Snapdragon 888. We are talking about powerful features such as AI capabilities and 5G connectivity. With that said, let’s go ahead and check out what the CPU is capable of.
Highlight Features and Specs
Snapdragon 778G chipset features three image-signal processors (ISPs) that can only be found in the Snapdragon 888 and 780G CPUs right now. Thanks to the three ISPs, Snapdragon 778G chipset allows smartphones to capture photos and videos from three individual cameras at once. This is a really cool feature that will definitely take mid-range smartphones to the next level. It’s also worth noting that the CPU will bring useful features for mobile gaming such as enhanced graphics and FPS.
Even though 5G is a feature that only high-end devices offer, Qualcomm is making sure that to bring it to mid-range smartphones as well. The tech giant is introducing M.2 technology for all OEM customers that use X65 and X62 5G modems. Thanks to this, getting 5G connectivity will no longer be a problem. The mmWave frequencies provide wide and energy-efficient support.