Honor CEO: Snapdragon 778G can be comparable to Snapdragon 888

Snapdragon 778G can be comparable to Snapdragon 888

Snapdragon 778G can be comparable to Snapdragon 888

Yesterday evening, Honor officially released the new digital Honor 60 Series, the machine in the configuration of one of the biggest highlights is the world’s first Snapdragon 778G+ processor.

Snapdragon 778G can be comparable to Snapdragon 888

The heat of the cell phone circle these two days is obviously on Qualcomm’s new generation of Snapdragon 8 processors, and in contrast, Honor’s debut Snapdragon 778G+ is just a mid-range processor, to which Honor’s CEO Zhao Ming also replied after the meeting.

He said: “For the existing Soc chip, few cell phone manufacturers in the industry have released its full performance. In June this year our Honor 50 with Snapdragon 778G processor in playing a variety of games, we even achieved an experience comparable to Snapdragon 888, which is not Snapdragon 7 series chip over 8 series chip, but various other manufacturers, in the chip tuning and comprehensive energy efficiency ratio performance is too poor.”

In addition, Zhao Ming also stressed that today’s processors, in the design of some problems and can not solve the problems of consumers in the application scenario, Honor will be shared with SoC manufacturers, and then together traction chip design solutions to better match consumer demand.

Snapdragon 778G+ processor with TSMC 6nm process, four A78 architecture large cores, up to 2.5GHz, support for multiplex ISP and other unique optimization, compared to Snapdragon 778G, its CPU single-core performance increased by 4%, GPU performance increased by 7%, belongs to the 778G overclocked version, which is also Qualcomm’s usual strategy to do processors in the past few years.


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