Snapdragon 780G Out of Print Resulting Mi 11 Lite Become Extinct Model

Snapdragon 780G Out of Print

Snapdragon 780G Out of Print

Recently several new phones were exposed to be equipped with Snapdragon 778G processor, including Motorola Edge 20 series, Samsung Galaxy M52 5G phone. It seems that Snapdragon 778G will be adopted by more smartphone manufacturers.

The Snapdragon 780G processor on the Xiaomi 11 Lite seems to be the only one. Earlier this year, Qualcomm launched the Snapdragon 780G 5G mobile platform, codenamed SM7350-AB, which was first carried by Xiaomi 11 Lite Edition.

However, it is strange that in addition to Xiaomi has a new machine equipped with Snapdragon 780G, there is no other new machine equipped with the market, the follow-up instead of Snapdragon 778G new machine more, the former performance and power consumption are good, it is reasonable that it should not be so.

Digital Chat Station posted that the next wave of Snapdragon 778G phones will be on the way, look at the scheduling temporarily there is no other Snapdragon 780G new machine, Xiaomi 11 Lite Edition will not become an extinct model, right?

Redmi product director Wang Teng recently responded that the Snapdragon 780G does not have enough capacity and is exclusive to Xiaomi, and is out of print, meaning no new machines are listed subsequently.

It is reported that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G is called “small 888” because it follows the characteristics of the flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset. To review its parameters, Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G also uses the 5nm process, including a 2.4GHz Cortex-A78 core, three 2.2GHz Cortex-A78 cores, and four 1.9GHz Cortex-A55 cores.

Not only that, the Snapdragon 780G is equipped with the Adreno 642 GPU, which is 50% better than the previous generation, and its graphics driver supports OTA updates. As for the only Snapdragon 780G-equipped Xiaomi 11 Lite Edition, it features a 6.55-inch 90Hz AMOLED flexible screen, a 64 million AI triple camera on the rear, a 4250mAh battery, and support for 33W flash charging.


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