One of the most talked-about processors in the Android space right now isn’t Qualcomm’s most powerful 865 — it’s the lower-end 765. The Snapdragon 765 delivers flagship performance and 5G connectivity at a lower price than its more expensive sibling, and while we’ve yet to have a phone launch in the U.S. with the fascinating chipset, it already has a successor.
On May 10, Qualcomm officially unveiled its new Snapdragon 768 — building upon what makes the 765 so interesting and making it even better.
The two big talking points about the 768 are that it’s more capable from a processing and graphical standpoint. The Kyro 475 CPU Prime now has a clock speed up to 2.8Ghz, which is an improvement over the 2.4Ghz on the Snapdragon 765. The GPU is still the Adreno 620, but it now offers up to 15% better performance.
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