Back in December 2020, Qualcomm made its flagship chipset official yes the Snapdragon 888 processor which is one of the most powerful chipsets offered by Qualcomm. The company is also speculated to launch its premium mid-range processor in the 7 series, which is going to be the successor of the Snapdragon 765. According to the new report, it seems that Qualcomm is planning to launch the new SoC at the end of March. As per the GSM Arena report, this might be called Snapdragon 775, but there is also a possibility that the company might name it the Snapdragon 788.
Some details about the upcoming alleged Snapdragon 775 chipset has been leaked today and the report claims that this has been from an internal presentation. Some reports suggest that the details are accurate but old, so we can’t rely on them completely. The important details are the CPU core arrangements and that is leaked in the report.
According to the leak, the alleged Snapdragon 775 will arrive with Kryo 6xx cores, but this might mean anything. Besides the slides mentioned on the leaked renders suggest that the chipset will be built on a 52nm process similar to the Snapdragon 888. The leak also claims that it will support 3200MHz LPDDR5 and 2400MHz LPDDR4X RAM, along with UFS 3.1 Two-Lane HS Gear 4.
Besides, the upcoming SoC also tipped to have support for 4K at 60fps video recording, three 28-megapixel camera sensors and capable of making use of 64MP+24MP at 30fps at the same time. On the connectivity part, the alleged Snapdragon 775 is tipped to arrive with “Wi-Fi 6E with 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.2 (codenamed Milan), LTE Cat.18, Dual 5G, mmWave 5G, SA and NSA support, VoNR and NR CA, supporting 4×4 MIMO on the downlink and 2×2 MIMO on the uplink for Sub-6 5G. Sub-6 will work with FDD under 3 GHz and TDD in bands n77, n78, and n79. The Snapdragon 775 will also have the WCD9380/WCD9385 audio chip,” as per the GSM Arena report.
Do note that Qualcomm is yet to confirm anything about the launch of the Snapdragon 755. Moreover, there is no confirmation of whether the Snapdragon 755 SoC even exists or not. We recommend you to take this information with a pinch of salt and wait for the official announcement.