Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 750G, a 5G-enabled chipset with AI-powered noise suppression and support for 120fps screen refresh rate. The new chipset succeeds the Snapdragon 730G and serves as a better alternative to the Snapdragon 690 chipset.
The chipset features the same X52 modem found in the Snapdragon 765 chip while still maintaining a budget below its level. It supports the mmWave 5G and can hot download speeds up to 3.7Gbps, it also supports the Sub-6 5G version. Qualcomm refers to it as a global 5G chipset which features support for multi-SIM.
The Snapdragon 750G has an AI hardware which is capable of 4.0 TOPS, 20% more than its predecessor the S730G. The hardware power enables the Fluence AI noise suppression system. The suppression system is so effective it shuts down noises such as sirens and sounds of a baby crying, it can also be used to boost quiet sounds up to levels the ear can pick up.
Diving into its technical specifications, the chipset has an octa-core Kryo 570 CPU clocked at 2.2 GHz that delivers 20% performance faster than the S730G processor. The S750G camera hardware can also record 4K HDR10 video (with HLG) and 4K HDR with bokeh effect. In terms of graphics, it features Adreno 619 GPU which offers 10% efficiency than the S730G GPU and supports 120 Hz displays (up to 1080p+ resolution). There is support for Game Color Plus and Adreno HDR Fast Blend which provides efficient rendering of HDR10 graphics.
The first smartphones powered by the chipset are expected to be available before the end of the year. Xiaomi is expected to be among the first to release a device powered by it.