Qualcomm presents the Snapdragon 750G, a new mid-range chip with which it introduces an already relatively mature 5G connectivity: SA, Sub-6, mmWave, DSS ...
The next generation of networks is becoming increasingly ubiquitous. Qualcomm continues to extend its 5G offerings towards increasingly affordable lines. After introducing two 5G chips in close proximity to the high-end with the Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765G, it now features the Snapdragon 750G.
With it will soon arrive new cheaper terminals with some of the most current capabilities. Of course, NSA –Non Standalone– and SA –Standalone– connectivity are included, so this is real 5G. In a good moment, at least in Spain, since finally the operators are encouraged to activate their networks. Among them Movistar, Orange, Yoigo –that is, MásMóvil– and, of course, the advanced Vodafone.
The Snapdragon 750G is a chip that we could say evolves over the Snapdragon 730G, which Qualcomm takes as a reference to define its new performance metrics. However, between the two is the recent Snapdragon 732 that we see on board the Poco X3. Be that as it may, the benchmark for mobile solutions yields the following figures: