Snapdragon 750G Processor Announced with 5G, True HDR and 120Hs Display Support

Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G supports Quick Charge 4+ Technology.


Qualcomm has introduced its latest chipset called the Snapdragon 750G which is a global 5G processor that supports AI-powered noise suppuration and 120fps gaming. The Snapdragon 750G is the successor of the Snapdragon 730G processor. The Wi-Fi 6-ready Qualcomm FastConnect 6200 Mobile Connectivity Subsystem supports stable, secure connections for that home-field advantage. Here is a closer look at the newly launched Snapdragon 750G processor.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G Features

The Snapdragon 750G seems to be a gamer-centric processor, it comes with Qualcomm Kryo 570 CPU and the Qualcomm Adreno 619 GPU to make every game crisper and more vibrant. “Our leading 5th gen Qualcomm Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engine elevates the action even further, enabling extraordinary speed and intuitive experiences,” read the official blog post.

The 750G also comes with ultra-high-speed Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+ Technology and the highly-efficient 8nm processor. It is equipped by a Snapdragon X52 5G Modem-RF System. The support for Sub-6 GHz spectrums will allow users to access the 5G cloud gaming.

“Game in over a billion shades with 10-bit colour depth and 2020 colour gamut. Every visual comes to life, and colours are 10x brighter than without True HDR,” reads the official forum.

The company claims that the Snapdragon 750G with Kryo 570 CPU is 20 percent faster than the predecessor while the Adreno 619 GPU boasts up to 10% fast graphics rendering from the predecessor.

Snapdragon Elite Gaming features including

  • Qualcomm Adreno HDR Fast Blend
  • Qualcomm Adreno Updatable GPU Drivers
  • Qualcomm Game Color Plus

The Snapdragon 750G supports 120 Hz on-device display, Qualcomm Spectra 355L ISP for crisp, noise-reduced photos and videos. It is also capable of recording 4K HDR videos and up to 192-megapixel photos. It also supports Biometric Authentication, Qualcomm aptX Adaptive Audio for keeping audio in sync with media and aptX Adaptive Audio for robust, low-latency, high-quality wireless audio.

Let’s see which brands are going to use the newly launched Snapdragon processor on their upcoming smartphone and how it performs.