Qualcomm unexpectedly dropped the SoC designed for new mid-range smartphones; Again, many of its key features appear to be from 2021. With its Snapdragon X53 5G-capable modem, 6E/Bluetooth 5.2 and FastConnect 6700 system for Wi-Fi up to 6nm process characteristic, this is a very clear update. Older 7-series CPUs… which might explain why there’s no new branding.
Qualcomm even hints that the 782G may have been commissioned to make the most of the remaining Snapdragon 778G and 778G+ stocks. For this, it is compatible with image sensors up to 200MP, which may be used to shoot HDR10+ video in 1 billion+ colors.
The 782G features the same Spectra ISP, Qualcomm AI engine, Snapdragon Elite Gaming and up-to-date Snapdragon Sound audio suite as the 778G series. However, its fastest Kryo 670 Prime Cortex-A78 core has been upgraded from 2.5GHz to 2.7GHz in the 782G.
In this updated SoC, Qualcomm claims increased image detail capture at 200MP and improved GPU performance by up to 10% compared to the 778G line. The launch of the inaugural Snapdragon 782G smartphone could be auspicious as it is expected to launch tomorrow (November 23, 2022).
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