The Snapdragon 768G is a SoC of premium mid-range It is shaping up to be a minor revision of the Snapdragon 765G, a very popular chip that has allowed many manufacturers to overcome the pitfall that represents the high price of the Snapdragon 865, a high-end SoC that, as we know, has a very high cost and requires to purchase a 5G modem separately.
Qualcomm has maintained the process of 7 nm Samsung in the Snapdragon 768G, and also the internal configuration and architecture at the CPU level, which means that we are, in short, facing a chip that maintains the base of the Snapdragon 765G and it is limited to raise the frequencies of work to obtain a greater performance.
The CPU comes with a big.LITTLE structure divided into three blocks, a high-performance one that includes a 2.8 GHz Kryo 475 Prime core (400 MHz more); another balanced with a 2.2 GHz Kryo 475 Gold core and a low power block with six 1.8 GHz Kryo 475 Silver cores. Its GPU is an Adreno 620, the same that mounts the Snapdragon 765G, but works at 750 MHz instead of 625 MHz, which allows you, in theory, to offer up to 15% more performance.
Redmi K30 5G Racing Edition: the first smartphone with Snapdragon 768G
Xiaomi’s subsidiary has been the first to launch a smartphone equipped with Qualcomm’s new premium mid-range SoC, the Redmi K30 5G Racing Edition, a terminal that is identical to the Redmi K30 5GIt only differs from that by the new SoC and its mint green finish.
It has a 6.67-inch screen with FullHD + and 120 Hz resolution (IPS panel), it has four rear cameras (64 MP, 8 MP wide angle, 2 MP depth sensor and 5 MP macro), dual front camera (20 MP + 2 MP) and it has a configuration of 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage capacity.
At the moment it is only available in China, where it has a price in exchange for 260 euros, a very good figure taking into account its specifications, although it must be remembered that this price is a direct conversion and that it does not include taxes or any type of additional cost that would have to be added on arrival in Spain.