Qualcomm Fills out 7-Series with Snapdragon 750G
Updated: Fixed minor typos.
Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 750G, the fourth 7-series chip the company has announced this year. The 750G replaces last year's 730G but adds 5G, has 20% better CPU performance, 10% better graphics performance, and 20% better AI performance. The 750G supports new AI-based technology for echo cancellation and noice suppression. It also supports HDR gaming, cameras up to 192 megapixel, and 4K video capture with both HDR and live bokeh. Its X52 5G modem supports both sub-6 and mmWave 5G, as well as advanced 5G features like SA networks and DSS. It's made using an 8nm manufacturing process. In Qualcomm's 2020 lineup of Snapdragon SoCs to power smartphones, the 750G sits between the 768G and the 732G (which was announced last month but lacks 5G). The 7 series powers high-end (but not quite "flagship") phones. Most 7-series chips now carry the "G" designation to indicate they're suitable for gaming phones. The Snapdragon 750G will appear in phones before the end of 2020.
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