Xiaomi CC10 Rumored To Debut Snapdragon 775G

Qualcomm announced that it will hold a new Snapdragon chip launch event on June 17. It is reported that this American chip maker is expected to release the Snapdragon 775G processor on the same day.

The Snapdragon 775G is expected to be the latest product of the Snapdragon 7 series mid-range SoC. According to the same sources, the chip will be shipped on a small scale in mid-June. Compared with the Snapdragon 765, the performance is said to be increased by 40%, and the upgraded GPU is increased by 50%. It also comes with a Vulkan support.

Although the authenticity of this news is still uncertain, it should be the legendary new chip with the internal model of SM7350. And the performance of the CPU and GPU has been greatly upgraded. It may be possible to use four Cortex -A77 large core architecture. At the same time, the GPU may reach the level of the Snapdragon 855 processor. So there is every reason to think it will be Qualcomm’s most powerful mid-range chip.

What’s interesting, recently, there have been rumors that Xiaomi is developing the Xiaomi CC10 (the successor to the CC9). And today, when this news leaked, many were thinking the device can run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 775G chipset. The internal codename of the phone is ‘Gauguin’, and it will be equipped with a main camera of 64MP resolution. The high-end version (probably the CC10 Pro) will be equipped with a 108-megapixel camera. This phone is expected to be launched in July.

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