Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset announced with new features – The latest Snapdragon 7 series processor, the Snapdragon 750G, was announced by Qualcomm in which an integrated X52 5G modem with support for mmWave, 5G sub-6GHz, improved graphics and CPU performance compared to the Snapdragon 730G are presented.
A new Adreno 619 GPU is being offered by the new chip, which is effectively a modernized version of the 730G, according to Qualcomm and up to 10% better graphics rendering performance compared to the 730G Adreno 618 GPU and a CPU Kryo 570 updated, with a performance improvement of 20 percent over the Kryo 470 of the 730G.
Other improvements stemming from Qualcomm’s superior performance and newer chips, such as the company’s fifth-generation AI engine, are also present in the 750G, which is said by Qualcomm that a 20 percent increase in AI performance for things like AI-based camera or voice translation features are offered.
Qualcomm’s AI-based echo cancellation and background noise suppression are also enabled by the updated AI engine. Another new feature is described by Qualcomm as “select” features of Snapdragon Elite Gaming, such as the company’s Game Color Plus mode for better color and details of the games to be added.
The company’s most powerful 768G / 765G / 765 models, which have been offered for months, should not be replaced by the new 750G. However, it seems likely that new updates for its 7 series chip will be announced by the company in the coming months.
But when the 5G variant, 750G is replacing the 730G, this is emphasized by Qualcomm in 5G options more available to its partners in its chipset line. Adding to the benefits of the trickle-down feature that is promised by the company for its sub-premium a series 7 line and with cheaper prices for customers, more cutting edge features are being offered.
According to Qualcomm, at the end of 2020, the first devices based on the Snapdragon 750G chipset will be available, with plans for a future device using the new chipset announced by Xiaomi.