Recently, Qualcomm launched a new 4G processor, the Snapdragon 732G, to replace the Snapdragon 730G released last year. The Snapdragon 732G uses 2 Kryo 470 2.3GHz large cores (Cortex A76) + 6 Kryo 470 1.8GHz small cores (Cortex A55), the frequency of the large core has been increased by 0.1GHz, and the frequency of the small core has not changed. The GPU of the Snapdragon 732G is still the Adreno 618, and Qualcomm said that the GPU performance has been improved by 15%.
The Snapdragon 732G continues the Samsung 8nm LPP manufacturing process used by the Snapdragon 730G, Hexagon 688 DSP, Spectra 350 ISP, supports up to 36 megapixels single or dual 22 megapixels, and 2×16-bit LPDDR4X-1866 memory .
Unfortunately, this chip does not support 5G networks. It integrates the Snapdragon X15 LTE 4G baseband, and the maximum download speed through three-carrier aggregation waves can reach 800Mbps, which is quite fast.
According to the news that has been exposed, the Snapdragon 732G will be launched by Xiaomi POCO X3, with a single-core running score of 571 points and a multi-core running score of 1766 points. However, at present, a lot of mid-range mobile phone chips have been released. MediaTek’s Dimensity 800 series is widely praised, and it also supports 5G. The Snapdragon 732G may not be able to show its competitiveness.