Back in March, Qualcomm brought its 5nm Snapdragon 780G chipset and now it’s bringing a slightly toned down version dubbed Snapdragon 778G. The major difference is that the 778G is built on a 6nm node instead of Samsung’s 5nm seen on the 780G.
The new 778G brings a Kryo 670 CPU paired with an Adreno 642L GPU and a Spectra 570L ISP. The chipset also brings an integrated Snapdragon X53 5G Modem-RF which delivers mmWave and sub-6 5G connectivity support. Qualcomm’s triple ISP allows you to capture photos and videos from wide, ultrawide, and telephoto cams simultaneously.
|Snapdragon 768G||Snapdragon 778G||Snapdragon 780G|
|Process||Samsung 7 nm EUV||Samsung 6 nm||Samsung 5 nm|
|CPU (prime)||1x Kryo 475 (A76) @ 2.8 GHz||1x Kryo 670 (A78) @ 2.4 GHz||1x Kryo 670 (A78) @ 2.4 GHz|
|CPU (big)||1x Kryo 475 (A76) @ 2.4 GHz||3x Kryo 670 (A78) @ 2.2 GHz||3x Kryo 670 (A78) @ 2.2 GHz|
|CPU (small)||6x Kryo 475 (A55) @ 1.8 GHz||4x Kryo 670 (A55) @ 1.9 GHz||4x Kryo 670 (A55) @ 1.9 GHz|
|GPU||Adreno 620||Adreno 642L||Adreno 642|
|Display||1080p+ @ 120 Hz||1080p+ @ 144 Hz||1080p+ @ 144 Hz|
|NPU||5.4 TOPS||12 TOPS||12 TOPS|
|5G modem (downlink)||X52, 3.7 Gbps||X53, 3.3 Gbps||X53, 3.3 Gbps|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 6, 867 Mbps||Wi-Fi 6E, 3.6 Gbps||Wi-Fi 6E, 3.6 Gbps|
Expect the Snapdragon 778G in midrange offerings from Honor, iQOO, Motorola, Oppo, Realme and Xiaomi later this year.