American technology company Qualcomm has also announced the latest addition to its 7-series portfolio with the launch of the new Snapdragon 780G 5G mobile chipset. According to the company, the new mobile processor will make
many premium-level features focused on camera capability in mid-range smartphones workable. The Snapdragon 780G 5G comes with a sixth-generation Qualcomm AI engine and a Qualcomm Spectra 570 triple ISP.
Through this, the camera of the smartphone will be able to simultaneously capture pictures with 3 camera-lenses which are zoom, wide and ultra-wide lenses. According to Qualcomm, the technology will help users to capture photos easier and hassle-free.
The sixth-generation Qualcomm AI engine on the Snapdragon 780G comes equipped with a Qualcomm Hexagon 770 processor and goes up to 12 TOP AI performance, which is twice as good as the older processor. At the same time, the new Qualcomm platform provides new low-light
architecture to power professional quality photos in any type of lighting conditions. Talking about other improvements in the cameras, there are new 4K HDRs including HDR10 + video capturing and computational HDR capture.
According to Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 7-series has operated more than 350 devices since its launch more than 3 years ago. The Snapdragon 780G 5G mobile platform will continue to function as before and provide a
premium experience in this category for the first time. According to the company, the new chipset will improve connectivity across all types of calls through features such as AI-based noise suppression and improved AI-based voice assistant interaction.
The Snapdragon 780G 5G is also equipped with a second-generation Qualcomm sensing hub for audio processing via a dedicated low-power AI processor. For gamers, Qualcomm claims to have chosen the Qualcomm Snapdragon Elite Gaming features over the
Snapdragon 780G 5G. It has upgradable GPU drivers, ultra-smooth gaming, and true 10-bit HDR gaming. According to the company, the chipset will make Next Generation’s gaming more workable for OEMs and users.
Qualcomm’s new mobile platform uses an optimized Snapdragon X535G modem-RF system for a download speed of 3.3 Gbps at sub-6 GHz frequency.
Talking about other features, it has Qualcomm Snapdragon sound technology, Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 connectivity system, and Wi-Fi 6E support. Qualcomm expects the Snapdragon 780 G-based commercial device to be available near the second quarter of 2021.