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Here are the upgrades Snapdragon 768G brings over Snapdragon 765G

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Earlier today we got to know that Redmi K30 5G Speed Edition is going to launch in China on May 11th and the main USP of this device is that it has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G SOC that is not yet official. Now, we have got the specifications of this SOC and in this article, let’s compare the 768G and 765G to see what upgrades the former brings over the latter.

Both Snapdragon 765G and 768G are 5G SOCs which means there is an Integrated 5G modem for 5G support. Both have an octa-core CPU with a similar two-cluster core arrangement but different clock speeds. The Snapdragon 765G has the High-Performance cluster with two Cortex-A76 cores (2.4GHz and 2.2GHz respectively) and the Power Efficiency cluster with six Cortex-A55 cores (1.8GHz).

The Snapdragon 768G SOC has the High-Performance Cluster with two cores (2.8GHz and 2.4GHz respectively) and the Power Efficiency Cluster with six cores (1.8GHz).

The GPU is the same in case of both the SOCs i.e., the Adreno 620. The difference is in the frequency. The Adreno 620 in the Snapdragon 765G comes with a frequency of 625MHz whereas it is 750MHz in case of the 768G. The overall performance has been increased by over 10% when we compare both the SOCs.

While the Snapdragon 765G scores around 300,000 on AnTuTu benchmark, the Snapdragon 768G SOC scores over 360,000 which shows how much the performance has improved.

Well, Redmi K30 5G Speed Edition is the first of the many phones that will be launching in the future with this SOC from Qualcomm. As mentioned in the beginning, the launch of K30 5G Speed Edition is set to take place on May 11th in China.

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