Almost every month now, Qualcomm is coming up with new mobile processors. They have recently released the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G, like the toned version of the Snapdragon 780G. Like the Snapdragon 780G, the 778G brings in some previously exclusive features only to the Snapdragon 800 series smartphones.
Now the question is, which devices will use this new processor? Let’s find out the handset names and key features of the latest 700 series 5G chipset.
Here is the list of Snapdragon 778G powered phones
- Xiaomi 12 Lite
- Vivo T1 Pro
- iQOO Z6 Pro
- Realme Q3s
- Realme 9 5G Speed Edition
- Huawei P50E
- Samsung Galaxy A73 5G
- Honor 60
- Honor 60 Pro
- Oppo Reno 7
- Samsung Galaxy M52
- Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE
- iQOO Z5
- Huawei Nova 9
- Huawei Nova 9 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy A52s
- Motorola Edge (2021)
- Motorola Edge 20
- Realme GT Master Edition
- Honor 50
- Honor 50 Pro
- Realme Q3s
- Oppo K9s
- Vivo T1
- Xiaomi Civi 1S
Here is the list of Snapdragon 778G+ powered phones
- Nothing Phone (1)
- Honor 70
- Motorola Edge 30
Nothing Phone (1) launched with a 6.55-inch FHD+ 120Hz OLED panel, Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, and dual 50MP cameras. It is available in India starting at an introductory price of Rs 31999.
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G is now official with Snapdragon 778G SoC, 6.7-inch 120Hz FullHD+ Infinity-O Super AMOLED panel, and 64MP triple rear Cameras. The M52 5G 6GB+128GB variant is priced at Rs 29,999 in India.
iQOO Z5 has been unveiled as the successor to the iQOO Z3 5G that debuted in March in China. The specs include a 120Hz display, a more powerful Snapdragon 7-series SoC, a 5,000mAh battery, and a 64MP triple camera.
Huawei Nova 9 series is now official with two 32MP selfie cameras, Snapdragon 778G (4G) chipset, and 100W fast charging support. The Nova 9 lineup is focused on providing the best-in-class camera performance.
Galaxy A52s 5G is the company’s latest A-series handset, almost identical to the Galaxy A52, except for the SoC, i.e. 778G. The specs include a 64MP primary camera, a 120Hz AMOLED screen, and a 4500 mAh battery.
A trio of new Motorola handsets with the Edge 20 Pro, Edge 20, and Edge 20 Lite have arrived on the market. The vanilla Edge 20 is powered by Snapdragon 778G chipset. It features a 144Hz OLED panel and a 108MP primary shooter. In addition, Motorola Edge 2021 has arrived in the North American market with the Snapdragon 778G SoC, a 144Hz LCD, and a 5000 mAh battery.
Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa has partnered with Realme and introduced Realme GT Master Edition and GT Master Exploration Edition. The GT Master Edition comes with 778G SoC.
Honor has announced its latest Honor 50 series in China, which includes the Honor 50, 50 Pro, and 50 SE. Both Honor 50 and 50 Pro arrive with Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G SoC (Antutu Score). Honor 50 features a 120Hz 6.57-inch OLED curved screen with a single punch-hole design, while the Honor 50 Pro sports a 120Hz 6.72-inch screen with a dual punch-hole design. The company has confirmed that the Honor 50 series will soon reach the global market.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G Chipset features
Coming to the specs of the Snapdragon 778G processor, we get one Cortex A78-based Kryo 670 Prime core clocked at 2.4 GHz, three Cortex-A78 cores clocked at 2.2 GHz, and four Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.95 GHz. The Snapdragon processors that have G with their model numbers are processors that are geared toward mobile gaming. They support Snapdragon’s Elite Gaming suit. In the Snapdragon 778G, we get the Adreno 642L as the GPU. It supports Vulkan 1.1, OpenGL 3S 3.1, OpenCL 2.0 FP, HDR10+, and HDR10. There is also support for a 144Hz high refresh rate for Full HD resolution displays, 10-bit colors, and Rec2020 color gamut.
As the AI engine inside the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G, we have the Hexagon 770 DSP that promises 12 TOPs of combined AI performance. We have the triple Spectra 570 ISP for handling the optics that support a 192MP single camera feed with shutter lag and a 25MP triple camera feed. This is a 5G capable device as it houses the Snapdragon X53 5G modem-RF system that can hit peak download speeds of up to 3.3Gbps. We see support for both mmWave and sub-6 GHz 5G spectrums. Wireless connectivity features support Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, and dual-frequency GPS. Wireless connectivity feature support includes USB 3.1 and USB-C.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G also has support for Quick Charge 5 technology. So, if a smartphone manufacturer implements up to 100W fast charging on a smartphone with the Snapdragon 778G inside, the end consumer can experience it. However, it is solely dependent on the manufacturer whether or not they want to use such a piece of technology with a mid-range smartphone.