Google Pixel 5 Comes with Snapdragon 768G

According to a claim made today by the PhoneArena site, the Google Pixel 5 will come with a Snapdragon 768G processor instead of qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor designed for flagship models.
As it is known, 5G technology is one of the most talked about topics in the world of technology in recent days. As a result of this infrastructure, which is generally high cost, Qualcomm’s costs have also increased. Due to the high costs, the market offering of a device with a Snapdragon 865 processor and snapdragon x55 5G modem is not going to be in the pockets of us consumers, which is the end user, because naturally, it also leads to the price of smartphones increasing.

Aware of this, tech giant Google plans to use its new phone, the Google Pixel 5, the Snapdragon 768G processor designed for the mid-segment. This is a first for Google Pixel devices because Google has previously only used Qualcomm’s 8 series flagship processors on Pixel models.

What does the Snapdragon 768G offer?

Although not as ambitious as Snapdragon 8 series processors, the Snapdragon 768G with 7 nm architecture and Qualcomm Kyro 475 CPU is not a bad option. The Snapdragon 768G processor, which has a 2.4 GHz operating frequency in the Snapdragon 765G, is increased to 2.8 GHz, as well as the Adreno 620 graphics processing unit. This represents a 15% increase in performance compared to the Snapdragon 765G.

On the side of the connection, Qualcomm prefers the Snapdragon X52 5G mode, which has 4xMIMO support for weak connections in addition to 100 MHz bandwidth on the Snapdragon 768G. Finally, the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wi-fi 6 connectivity in the Snapdragon 768G processor is also improved, with bluetooth 5.2, which provides better connectivity and battery performance, unlike the Bluetooth 5.0 connection in the Snapdragon 765G.

Other features expected of the Google Pixel 5:

Google Pixel 5

Android 11
Wireless charging support
$699 price tag

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