Qualcomm announced the latest Snapdragon 768G 5G processor

The newest version of the Snapdragon 765G

The first smartphone with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G processors are beginning to trickle out, but this is not stopping the company from announcing an updated version now known as the Snapdragon 768G, that provides better CPU and GPU functionality compared to its predecessor.

The initial 765G was declared back in December along with the normal Snapdragon 765G along with the flagship Snapdragon 865.  Both 765 processors were noteworthy in being Qualcomm’s initial chipsets to feature integrated 5G modems.  (The Snapdragon 865, although adding 5G by default, requires a different mobile modem)

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The most crucial difference between the steady 765 along with the 765G was that the accession of a Qualcomm Adreno 620 GPU, and the company promised would provide around 20% improved performance over the normal 765.  Qualcomm states that it has managed to improve this GPU functionality by another 15% over the 768G, along with enhancing the clock rate on the CPU as much as 2.8GHz from 2.4GHz (to get a comparable 15% improvement over the 765G). Additional facets of this 768G are the same as its predecessor.

It is going to feature an incorporated Snapdragon X52 modem with support for both mm-Wave and sub-6GHz 5G in addition to compatibility with both standalone and also non-standalone 5G networks. Like the first Snapdragon 765G, the 768G is intended mainly for apparatus that seem to provide improved gaming adventures.

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