Qualcomm announces new Snapdragon 750G mobile platform

Ruben Fields
September 24, 2020

Less than a month after launching the Snapdragon 732G mobile platform, Qualcomm is back with a new Snapdragon 7-series chipset. The CPU is a 64-bit architecture with a total of 8 cores which is further divided into2 performance cores and 6 high-efficiency cores.

"Some premium mobile features to mid-range devices, obviously intended for a wider audience".

The Snapdragon 750G's 5G functionality is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon X52 5G Modem-RF system. The Snapdragon 750G chip offers some features from Qualcomm's Snapdragon Elite Gaming that allow for smooth gameplay with low latency.

The new Snapdragon 750G boosts the performance of the 730G - found in the Google Pixel 4a - boosting the CPU performance by 20 per cent, the graphics performance by 10 per cent and giving AI a 20 per cent boost too. In addition, players can take advantage of 5G through multiplayer gaming or streaming games directly to their smartphones with up-and-coming 5G cloud gaming platforms. Moreover, there is also support for FDD and TDD modes, along with DSS. Qualcomm says that its new SoC comes with an AI-based noise suppression tech that selectively reduces background noise for scenarios like voice chat while gaming.

As for other specifications, the Snapdragon 750G allows for QuickCharge 4+ charging technology, and it supports up to 12GB of LPDDR4x RAM.

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We don't know yet in which device we will see this processor make its debut.

Qualcomm has released their latest 5G mobile chip set in their 700 series: the Snapdragon 750G 5G SOC. Created to support features such as HDR gaming and on-device AI, the new processor will be in smartphones launching before the end of 2020.

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