List of Phones with Snapdragon 782G Processor

The American chip-making giant Qualcomm has released the successor of SD 778G or SD 778G+, the Snapdragon 782G (Model number – SM7325-AF). Nothing is exciting with the newly unveiled chipset, but it is slightly different from SD 778G+ and comes with a few minor upgrades. The company has announced the chipset for mid-range phones to perform comparatively better. If you want to know about the new SD 782G chipset, you are in the right place. This article will discuss the new chipset, features, specifications, and available phones. Read more to find out.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 782G Features

As per the data provided by Qualcomm, the SD 782G can give 5% better CPU performance. It is important to note that the results might be only for the highest-performing CPU core, and the other cores will probably run at lower speeds. The first core is Kryo 670 Prime core (Cortex A78), which runs up to 200MHz faster at 2.7GHz, 3 Kryo 670 Gold (Cortex A78) at up to 2.2GHz, and 4 Kryo 670 Silver (Cortex A55) at up to 1.9GHz.

The chipset offers the Adreno 642L, which is 10% more powerful with the chipset compared to the previous generation. The Snapdragon 782G supports 8 Kryo cores, which are clocked up to 2.7 GHz. For reference, the cores of SD 778G+ are clocked up to 2.5 GHz, and those of SD 778G are clocked up to 2.4 GHz.

The chipset can also drive FHD+ screens at a 144 Hz fast refresh rate and 4k screens at a standard 60 Hz refresh rate. The new chip also supports 16 GB LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage configuration. The 782G brings Quick Charge 4+, which can charge up to 50% in 15 minutes. It is based on a 6 nm architecture like the SD 778G+.

The support for optics is up to 200 MP single camera capture and 22 MP triple camera capture. The chip supports burst photography with an 8 MP camera of up to 120 fps. It also supports 240 Hz slow-motion video capture at 720P. Regarding the networks and speeds, the chipset supports WiFi 6 and Bluetooth version 5.2. Also, it can drive 5G peak speeds up to 3.7 Gbps down or 1.6 Gbps up. The modem is the Snapdragon X53 (with Sub-6GHz and mmWave support), again the same as previous generations.

One emphasized part of the chipset done by the company is the camera part that “is highly detailed to capture up to 200 MP”. However, the rest of the camera systems seem similar to those for the Snapdragon 778G or 778G+ chipsets.

782g specs

Here is the list of Snapdragon 782G phones

  • Honor 80 (Official)
  • Samsung Galaxy A74 (Expected)
  • Nothing Phone 2 (Expected)
  • iQOO Z7 Pro (Expected)

Since the chipset is new and was announced recently, there are not many phones available right now, and some are on the waiting list to get launched.

Honor 80 is the first Phone to use a 782G processor.

An SD 782G chipset powers the Honor 80. Talking about the smartphone, the Honor 80 series has been released, which includes three models, i.e., Honor 80 SE, Honor 80, and Honor 80 Pro. It comes with a 6.67-inch 120 Hz OLED panel. The Phone has a 160 MP primary camera. The device is equipped with a 4800-mesh battery and 66W fast charging. It comes with the MagicOS 7.0 system based on Android 13.

Upcoming Smartphones

Not more than a week has passed since the release of the 782G chipset, and there is no news about the upcoming smartphones that the chipset will power. Also, Qualcomm has not listed the SD 782G-powered devices when launching the chipset. So, we have taken some of the smartphones expected to come with this new chipset, though we are unsure about its accuracy. Currently, we have three smartphones rumored to premiere the chipset. One can be from Samsung, i.e., Galaxy A74 5G, the second one can be from Nothing, i.e., Phone (2), and the third one can be from iQOO, i.e., iQOO Z7 Pro.

As soon as we get something, we will update the post accordingly. Kindly be connected with us. Thank you for reading.

Ansari, a tech writer at DealNTech, is a tech enthusiast who is always up-to-date on the latest mobile news. He writes articles about mobile news and guides for DealNTech. In his free time, he enjoys playing mobile games and testing apps. Email: [email protected]. Follow him on Linkedin

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