Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 made it big in the world of tech. A device with that processor never fails to be listed on the top-performing ones. The last we heard from Qualcomm was about the Snapdragon 865+, which is delayed and assumed to release in 2021. But here we are with a new chipset’s release date as close as any time! Snapdragon 775G SoC is all set to release soon. An image has been released from Tencent’s QQ news. It reads how Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 775G will support the 5G network and also, includes important launch details.
Snapdragon 775G Details-
The Snapdragon 700 series is the first choice for mid-range devices. From Xiaomi to Realme, the Snapdragon 700 series’ chipset is very famous. Adding to the list, Snapdragon 775G chipset is all set to officially take over the mid-range devices’ performance.
The predecessor of this chipset is the Snapdragon 765. It is reported that Snapdragon 775G is improved by 40% in comparison with its predecessor. Alongside this, the upgraded GPU’s performance is 50% better. A source also mentions that Snapdragon 775G will pack Vulkan support along with a 5G network.
Supporting the rumors, Xiaomi’s CC10 is most probably going to pack Snapdragon 775G chipset with an octa-core processor. You can expect a power-packed performance with this combination, at a very affordable price.
Snapdragon 775G Availability-
As you can see in the image above, the Qualcomm is all set to host a lunch event. This event will take place on the 17th of June 2020 to officially announce the launch of the Snapdragon 775G chipset. The shipping of the chipset will start very soon after the official announcement. To be precise, it has been reported that Snapdragon 775G chipset will start shipping in the mid of June 2020.
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