Qualcomm has unveiled a new 700 series chipset for mobile devices: the Snapdragon 778G 5G. It will start appearing in the coming months on premium mid-range phones like Motorola, Xiaomi, Realme, Honor, Oppo and iQOO. flagship Android phones. The company has also released today a few other announcements designed to get a 5G connection to more technology.
The Snapdragon 778G offers three image signal processors, or ISPs – a feature promoted by Qualcomm in its flagship 888 chipset, and is also featured in upper class 780G. This allows you to capture photos and videos from three different cameras at once. You can easily switch between video inputs from different cameras during sub-recording Samsung’s leader view With the S21dragon 888 powered S21 series.
The processor also supports cameras with staggered HDR sensors, such as a 50-megapixel chip Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra for better HDR video recording. The 778G also includes some improvements to more graphics-efficient mobile games, including better noise reduction and a camera experience for video calling. Both mmWave and sub-6GHz 5G support are supported on both Wi-Fi 6.
In the “More 5G in more places” news, Qualcomm is also making the M.2 reference models available to existing OEM customers for its X65 and X62 5G modems. This will make it easier for manufacturers of laptops, desktops, games and IoT to incorporate 5G connectivity into their products. The company is also introducing a new X65 5G modem, which Qualcomm says is more energy efficient and offers wider support for mmWave frequencies. It will start appearing on commercial mobile devices later this year, the company says.