Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset with X52 5G modem announced

Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G - Feature Image

Qualcomm as a brand is quite well known to most, if not all smartphone enthusiasts. The brand is the maker of the Snapdragon chipsets, which are present in a multitude of devices, ranging from budget devices to premium flagships. Over the years, we saw Qualcomm launch different series for varying devices, with the latest G series of chips meant to provide good performance to the budget and mid-range segment coupled with some additional features. Today, the makers of said chips announced the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset, which brings along with it some interesting features. What are they? Let us discuss this.

Snapdragon 750G Specifications

Qualcomm states that the Snapdragon 750G offers a 20% increase in performance over the Snapdragon 730G, because of the addition of some new cores. Like recent designs from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 750G features the Cortex A77 cores that are clocked to 2.2GHz, with some Cortex A55 cores clocked up to 1.8GHz for lightweight and less graphically intense tasks. The Adreno 619 GPU brings some upgrades, with a 10% increase in terms of graphics performance when compared to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G.

The chip also has an integrated Snapdragon X52 5G modem, which offers both Sub-6 and mmWave 5G connectivity, which allows for a maximum downlink of up to 3.7 Gbps. The modem works on both SA and NSA modes, offers FDD, DSS, TDD, and global roaming and, global multi-SIM features. 

According to the brand, the latest fifth-gen AI engine is a key differentiator when it comes to older chips, with AI-assisted background noise removal, which is designed to reduce the background noise which may interrupt calls. There is also Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC, and the new AptX Adaptive audio codec. Additionally, there is GPS Glonass, BeiDou, NavIC, and SBAS navigation.

The chip is built on the 8nm process, with support for up to 12 GB of RAM, FHD+ displays with 120Hz or QHD+ at 60 Hz, QC4+, a primary 192-megapixel sensor, and dual 32+16 megapixel modules. This chip will be used mainly in budget/mid-range phones, which is being launched to drive home the importance of 5G in various markets.

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