Snapdragon 768G

Previously, we have heard that the new iQOO 5G machine called the iQOO Z3 is expected to come on March 25. Today, a new iQOO phone with a codename ‘lito’ appeared on GeekBench. As a well-known Weibo tipster proves, this is going to be out protagonist. We can also see that the phone will sport a Snapdragon 768G processor with a super-large core clocked at 2.8GHz.


As a reference, the previously released iQOO Z series models include the iQOO Z1 powered by the Dimensity 1000+ processor and the iQOO Z1x powered by the Snapdragon 765G processor.


Through the comparison of running points, the performance of the Snapdragon 768G is weaker than that of the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+. The former scores 688 points in a single-core test and 1988 points in a multi-core test; the latter scores 749 points in a single-core test and 2672 points in a multi-core test.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G Parameters

Qualcomm released the Snapdragon 768G in May last year. It comes with Qualcomm Kryo 475 CPU + sensor hub + X52 5G modem/RF system, supporting millimeter wave and frequency bands below 6GHz.

The Kryo 475 frequency can reach 2.8GHz, which is 15% higher than that of the Snapdragon 765G. The Adreno 620 GPU is also 15% better than the Snapdragon 765G’s graphics card. In terms of memory, Snapdragon 768G supports 2133MHz.

Snapdragon 768G

The Snapdragon 768G supports 120Hz screen, some Snapdragon Elite Gaming features and GPU driver upgrades. Plus, it supports millimeter wave and frequency bands below 6GHz, Qualcomm 5G PowerSave technology, and Wi-Fi 6.

In terms of camera, the Snapdragon 768G supports shooting more than 1 billion colors of photos and supports 4K HDR video recording; a single camera supports 192MP resolution photos and the chip supports HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, HEVC video formats.

At last, the Snapdragon 768G supports H.265 (HEVC), H.264 (AVC), VP8, VP9 decoding, ​​and the screen display supports QHD+ @ 60 Hz, FHD+ @ 120 Hz.

Argam Artashyan

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