American tech company Qualcomm has announced what is regarded as the successor to their popular Snapdragon 730G mid-range chipset. The new Snapdragon 732G promises a 15% increase in GPU performance with the Adreno 618.
The chipset features two big Kryo 470 cores clocking at 2.3 GHz which is a 0.1 GHz increase compared to its predecessor. The remaining six Kryo 470 cores clocks at a moderate 1.8 GHz speed. The 8nm silicone remains unchanged.
That’s pretty much the difference between both chipsets. The SD 732G has an LTE modem (X15) and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, Quick Charge 4+ support, while the Bluetooth even though is upgraded to version 5.1 has the same features as on the SD 730G.
The inbuilt ISP supports both HDR10 and HLG for high dynamic range (HDR). It can record 4K video at 30 frames per second and also compress photos with the HEIF format.
The Snapdragon Elite Gaming (SEG) enables Game Jank Reducer and HDR rendering. It also supports Vulkan 1.1 which allows the chipset to be used in gaming-oriented mid-range smartphones.
There has been no official announcement concerning the first phone to run on Snapdragon 732G. The rumoured pick is the upcoming Poco X3, which is expected to debut pretty soon.