In addition to the flagship chipset, Qualcomm introduced a mobile platform for mid-range devices called Snapdragon 765 at the Tech Summit event. The company has published detailed specifications of the 7-nm new product, which debuts in two configurations, including the "charged" with the prefix G.
The eight-core processor is represented by one high-performance Kryo 475 Prime core with a maximum clock frequency of 2.3 GHz (2.4 GHz for Snapdragon 765G), one Kryo 475 (2.2 GHz) and six energy-efficient ARM Cortex-A55 (1.8 GHz). According to the company, the Adreno 620 GPU is 20% more productive than the Adreno 618 predecessor, which is equipped with the Snapdragon 730 chip.
The maximum amount of RAM that can be installed in a smartphone built on the basis of Snapdragon 765 is 12 GB (2133 MHz). Additionally, the chip supports QuickCharge 4+ fast charging technology up to 27 watts.
The Snapdragon 765 supports QHD + displays with a frequency of 60 Hz or Full HD + @ 120 Hz, and is also compatible with camera sensors with a resolution of up to 192 MP and supports recording HDR video in 4K resolution. The new chip uses the fifth generation of the AI Engine with real-time image recognition and processing.
The new platform includes an integrated X52 5G modem. It is compatible with previous generation networks and supports the 5G range of less than 6 GHz, as well as the millimeter range. The maximum theoretical data throughput is 3.7 Gb/s.
Qualcomm has published the full specification of the Snapdragon 765 on its official website.