The Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G (SD765G Mobile Platform) is a fast mid-range ARM-based SoC largely found on Android tablets and smartphones. It integrates eight cores (octa-core, called Kryo 475) divided into two clusters. A fast performance cluster contains two ARM Cortex-A76 cores clocked at up to 2.4 GHz (prime core) and 2.2 GHz (gold core) and a power efficiency cluster with six small ARM Cortex-A55 cores at up to 1.8 GHz. Depending on the workload only single clusters or all cores can run at different clock speeds.
Compared to the normal Snapdragon 765, the 765G is optimized for gaming. This means the graphics card is higher clocked and the chip also supports additional software features (Snapdragon Elite Gaming like Game Smoother, Game Fast Loader and Game Network Latency Manager).
The processor performance is quite comparable to the old Snapdragon 730G. Only the single core performance can be slightly better, thanks to the higher clocked prime core (+200 MHz = 9% higher).
The chip is one of the first SoCs that integrate a 5G modem. It is called Snapdragon X52 and supports speeds of up to 3.7 / 1.6 Mbps (down- and upload) and mmWave and Sub-6.
The integrated Adreno 620 is also higher clocked compared to the one in the normal 765 and should result in 10% higher performance (according to QC).
The integrated AI engine uses the GPU, CPU and dedicated cores to reach a theoretical maximum performance of 5.5 TOPS.
The processor is manufactured in the modern and energy efficient 7nm EUV process at Samsung.