Qualcomm recently announced the new 5G gaming processor for a mid-range segment with SD750G. The new SD750G is a downgraded version of SD765G to keep the cost low for the upcoming mid-range devices. Further, the SD750G didn’t come with any major changes in terms of performance when compared with SD765G.
But now we have a new leak coming which reveals the powerful mid-range gaming chipset in works with SD775G. Yes, the successor to SD765G will be called as SD775G SoC which is currently under development. Now the tipster also confirms that SD775G SoC will be the first chipset to be built on Samsung’s new 6nm process. So probably the SD775G might bring almost 40% performance boost when compared with SD765G.
The SD775G SoC will also get more RAM support with up to 12GB RAM of LPDDR standard. The SD775G SoC will also come with QHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rates and UFS3.1 storage support. Further, the source also confirmed that Qualcomm will not launch the SD775G SoC anytime this year and is expected to go official in early 2021.