In addition to the flagship Snapdragon 865, Qualcomm’s performance-rated SnapDragon765 and SnapDragon765G released this year are also of great interest because they are Qualcomm’s first mobile platform with a native lying 5G baseband, and the SnapDragon865 is also external. The SnapDragon 765 series integrates Qualcomm’s second-generation 5G baseband SnapDragonX52 and, of course, a companion RF system that officials say features three distinct features:
One is the multi-gigabit high-speed connection, 5G peak download, upload rate up to 3.7Gbps, 1.6 Gbps (SnapSnapdragon 865 plus SnapDragonX55download s7.5Gbps fastest), 4G is up to 1.2Gbps, 210Mbps, The second is excellent network coverage for users around the world, and the third is all-day battery life.
Like the SnapDragonX55, the SnapDragonX52 supports a range of 5G technologies, including 5G PowerSave, Smart Transmit, Signal Boost, Broadband Envelope Tracking, all key regions and major bands. Including 5G mm wave and sub-6GHz band, SA and NSA network mode, TDD and FDD, dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS), global 5G roaming, multi-SIM card, basically equivalent to a low-speed version of the SnapDragonX55.
Manufactured using Samsung’s 7nm EUV process, the SnapDragon 765 series integrates the eight-core Kryo 475 CPU, Adobe 620 GPU (up 20% from the previous generation), Spectra 355 ISP, Hexagon 696 DSP, Sensor Hub, and more.
Both have a fifth-generation AI engine, Hexagon zhangy accelerator speed is twice as fast as the previous generation, display support 120Hz refresh rate, memory support dual-channel LPDDR4X-2133, maximum 8GB, fast-charging support QC4 plus / QC AI, satellite positioning navigation support Beidou.
The difference is that the SnapDragon 765 CPU frequency is up to 2.3GHz, the SnapDragon 765G is increased to 2.4GHz, GPU performance is also increased by 10%, and AI performance is 5.5 trillion operations per second (5.5TOPS).
The photo section supports telephoto, wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle lenses, 192 megapixel photos, more than 1 billion color 4K HDR video, 720/480fps slow motion video, 4K HDR video, and up to 4x less power consumption.
In addition, with fastConnect 6200 wireless module, support Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, the former 2.4/5GHz dual frequency, up to 80MHz channel, MU-MIMO, WPA3, the latter support trueWireless, aptX Adaptive.
Terminals equipped with the SnapDragon765 and 765G are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2020.