The Snapdragon 782G brought a smaller performance increase

Qualcomm has technically re-introduced the Snapdragon 778G+ 782G as the two sets are essentially the same, with only two tenths of a GHz difference in the performance of the primary Kryo 670 core. The Snapdragon 782G is also made on a 6 nanometer node, all that happened was that the 2.5 GHz Prime core was increased to 2.7 GHz, while the three The Kryo 670 Gold core remained at 2.2 GHz and the four Kryo 670 Silver at 1.9 GHz.


In principle, this results in a (modest) 5% performance increase for the central processing unit and a 10% improvement for the also unchanged Andreno 642L graphics processor. Everything else remains the same: the ISP, the management of the maximum 200 megapixel imaging unit, the X53 5G modem with Sub-6GHz and mmWave support, the FastConnect 6700 with WiFi 6 compatibility, Bluetooth 5.2 and fast charging according to the Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+ standard . To the best of our knowledge, the first device expected with the new set will be the Honor 80 debuting today.

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