Without 5G, but with an overclocked processor. Qualcomm is preparing the Snapdragon 732G platform

It will replace the Snapdragon 730G

Qualcomm has introduced several new SoC platforms in the past few months, but there will be another soon. According to the source, the Snapdragon 730G is being replaced by the Snapdragon 732G.

Without 5G, but with an overclocked processor.  Qualcomm is preparing the Snapdragon 732G platform

The new SoC will be manufactured using the 8nm process technology. It will include a CPU with two Kryo 470 Gold cores with a frequency of 2.3 GHz (in the Snapdragon 730G their frequency is 2.2 GHz) and six Kryo 470 Silver cores with a frequency of 1.8 GHz. There will also be a GPU Adreno 618 and an improved engine responsible for accelerating and processing artificial intelligence applications. But there won’t be a 5G modem.

The first production Snapdragon 732G smartphone is expected to go on sale in September. Its cost will not exceed $ 300.

Source: AndroidHeadlines

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