According to the German leakster ‘Roland Quandt’ Qualcomm is preparing for the release of Snapdragon 875, Snapdragon 875 Plus, and Snapdragon 775G (SDM7350). Among this, the former two are the flagship-level SoCs, meanwhile, the latter is an upper mid-end SoC as the successor of the Snapdragon 765G. What are Qualcomm Snapdragon 775G specs, Antutu scores, and phones, let’s find out.
Note: The mentioned specs, phones, and AnTuTu scores are based on rumors. Rumors have it that SD 775G positioning this time is incredibly high.
Snapdragon 775G features a 6nm LPP process made by TSMC. It’s an upgrade compared to the 7nm EUV process of Snapdragon 765G.
Snapdragon 775G continues the same tri-cluster, octa-core (1+3+4) arrangement as the SD 765G. However, the Cortex A76 cores will be upgraded to Cortex A77 this time. So we have a configuration as follows:
The upgrading to Cortex A77 and 0.1GHz increase in the prime core will bring 40% in CPU performance.
Snapdragon 775G GPU will be upgraded from Adreno 620 to Adreno 630. The Snapdragon Elite Gaming feature will also be upgraded as well. Overall, based on the 6nm process, we will see an incredible 50% increase in graphical performance.
The AI along with the GPU upgrade will be the biggest change, moving from the Hexagon 696 DSP to the next generation Hexagon 700 DSP which we will also see in Snapdragon 875. More advance AI features will be added to the SoC including ones for camera, OS, and power management.
With the 40% increase in the CPU part and a 50% increase in GPU performance, we might be seeing the biggest AnTuTu score gap from the previous generation. Snapdragon 765G scores around 320,000+ points. Qualcomm Snapdragon 775G AnTuTu v8 benchmark score will be around 480,000+ points beating the current upper mid-end king, Dimensity 820 (410,000 points).
Snapdragon 775G will continue to support 5G networking just like SD 765G. It’s possible to continue the integrated Snapdragon X52 5G modem with 3700 Mbps download speed and 1600 Mbps upload speed. However, there’s also a possibility that it might upgrade to Snapdragon X55 5G modem with 7500 Mbps download speed and 3000 Mbps upload speed.
Snapdragon supports LPDRR5 RAM up to 12GB. Moreover, the max storage support is 256GB UFS 3.1 which seems to directly replace the capacity of Snapdragon 865.
Since it’s Qualcomm, we will be seeing Snapdragon 775G in numerous phones of different brands. Redmi and realme will offer the cheapest Snapdragon 775G phones and the price will increase in manufacturers such as Vivo, OPPO, and Samsung.
Information is taken from (1) in Chinese