Yesterday, Qualcomm released Snapdragon 732G as the successor of the previous Snapdragon 730G. What’s the difference between both SoCs? Let’s find out when we mention the specs, price, features, and AnTuTu v8 benchmark scores of Snapdragon 732G.
Similar to the SD 730, Snapdragon 732G uses the 8nm LPP process developed by Samsung.
Snapdragon 732G has a similar dual cluster octa-core (2+6) layout. We also see the same 2 x high-performance ARM Cortex A76, however, the frequency has been increased to @2.3 GHz (0.1GHz increase). Meanwhile, the 6 x low-performance ARM Cortex A55 @1.8 GHz remains the same.
SD 732G uses Adreno 618 same as the SD 730G, however, Qualcomm says that it has 15% increase in performance when compared to the old SD 730G. The old frequency of SD 730G was 700MHz, in SD 732G it could be 805MHz eventhough Qualcomm haven’t mentioned it.
The SoC uses Hexagon 688 as the DSP which is the same as SD 730G. However, the AI performance of SD 732G will be slightly greater than SD 730G because of the better GPU.
Snapdragon 732G AnTuTu v8 scores around 310,000 points on Xiaomi POCO X3.
SD 732G supports 4G LTE networking but doesn’t support 5G networking. It uses X15 modem and has a download speed of 800 Mbps and upload speed of 150 Mbps.
It also has Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, however, the Bluetooth version was increased from 5.0 to 5.1.
Snapdragon 732G has Spectra 350 which has max single camera support of 192 MP. Moreover, the SoC supports 4K 30fps recording.
For gaming, it uses Snapdragon Elite Gaming Technology. Other features includes aptX Adaptive and TrueWireless Stereo Plus, and Quick Charge 4+.
Right now, Snapdragon 732G is only available in Xiaomi POCO X3 which will release on September 7. The price is expected to be around $275 to $300.
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