Today, Qualcomm is introducing its latest chipset from the Snapdragon 7 series, the Snapdragon 732G. Essentially, it's an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 730G, offering a better variant of the Adreno 618 GPU that promises a 15% improvement in graphics rendering. On top of that, the prime Kryo 470 core now has a clock speed of 2.3GHz instead of 2.2GHz.
"Snapdragon 732G will deliver a powerful gaming experience, sophisticated on-device AI, and superior performance," said Kedar Kondap, vice president of product management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. "We’re excited to work with POCO on the new POCO smartphone powered by the enhanced Snapdragon 732G globally."
The chipset includes Qualcomm's fourth-generation AI Engine, along with some Snapdragon Elite Gaming features. In fact, aside from the changes in the CPU and the GPU mentioned above, the feature-set pretty much remains the same as with the Snapdragon 730G, which was announced last April.
The first company to commit to using the new Snapdragon 732G Mobile Platform is POCO, only saying that it will be using the new chipset in an upcoming smartphone. We'll likely see the new chipset in devices later this year. Of course, they'll be 4G LTE devices, as 5G devices on the same tier will be using the Snapdragon 765, 765G, or 768G.