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Qualcomm launches and then delists the Snapdragon 778G 5G, a mid-range SoC based on a 6 nm process

The Snapdragon 778G 5G will be official again soon. (Image source: Qualcomm)
The Snapdragon 778G 5G will be official again soon. (Image source: Qualcomm)
The Snapdragon 778G 5G is another mid-range SoC to bolster Qualcomm's already burgeoning portfolio. Qualcomm did publish official specifications for the Snapdragon 778G 5G, but something was clearly amiss as it has pulled the product page.

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The Snapdragon 780G is set to be joined by a less powerful model, the Snapdragon 778G. Officially called the Snapdragon 778G 5G Mobile Platform, the SoC went live on Qualcomm's website earlier today, before being pulled. The product page remains offline at the time of writing, but we expect Qualcomm to relaunch it soon.

Until then, you can pour over the specifications shown below. Currently, the Web Archive is the only way to view the Snapdragon 778G 5G product page, as Google Cache immediately redirects to a 'Sorry, we could not find the page you requested' message.

While Qualcomm is not quite ready to launch the Snapdragon 778G 5G, the Web Archive snapshot confirms practically aspect about the new SoC. For example, Qualcomm has based the Snapdragon 778G 5G on a 6 nm process with a Kryo 670 CPU, an Adreno 642L GPU and a Spectra 570L ISP.

Qualcomm uses the Kryo 670 in the Snapdragon 780G too, along with non-L versions of Snapdragon 778G's GPU and ISP. Hence, we imagine that the Snapdragon 778G and Snapdragon 780G will offer broadly the same performance. You can read the Snapdragon 778G's full specifications below.

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(Image source: Qualcomm)
(Image source: Qualcomm)
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Alex Alderson, 2021-05-18 (Update: 2021-05-18)