Qualcomm has formally made known the Snapdragon 732G processor, in continuation of last year’s Snapdragon 730/730G. It means it is basically the same chipset but with a few minor upgrading. This is an incremental release as contrasted to being a fully-fledged heir for the on-hand offering.
The Snapdragon 732G features a similar octa-core CPU design from last year’s example. The dual Cortex-A76 cores and six Cortex-A55 cores. The only diversity is that the key core is now clocked at 2.3GHz as compared to 2.2GHz on the preceding variant. This ought to result in a small performance increase at least hypothetically. As for the GPU, it is still Adreno 618 although there is a graphics rendering enhancement of 15%.
Apart from all this, the specifications and features are unchanged. Qualcomm has packed it with Snapdragon Elite Gaming and 4th Gen AI Engine for all the artificial intelligence tasks. But, it comes with only the Snapdragon X15 LTE modem and, this means the processor is bound to running on 4G LTE connectivity. This is a strange choice taking into account that 5G is the modern drift for smartphones.
Even as the Snapdragon 730G made its entrance with the Pixel 4a, the Snapdragon 732G is set to appear on a Poco smartphone. The official statement does not reveal the phone name or release date. However taking into account the latest rumors, it could debut with the Poco X3. It is a phone that is believed to be unveiled on September 8.
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