Google Pixel 5 Should Hit the Market With Snapdragon 765 SoC


In March, we heard a rumor suggesting that upcoming Google Pixel 5 might not be a true flagship as we are used to. Specifically, the rumor suggested that the phone would not have a Snapdragon 800 family chip but would instead opt for a mid-range chip. Now, the guys at XDA Developers found a clue that he smartphone may come with a mid-range Snapdragon 765 chip.

The information comes from the source code in Android 11 Developer Preview 4, which seems to suggest that the Pixel 5 and 5 XL will come with the chipset. The code name of the chip in the Pixel 5 is “G7250” which is expected. It is likely the name of the Snapdragon 765 chip that Google employees call themselves within the team.

In addition, David Ruddock, editor of the Android Police website, said that He has also received information from sources that the Pixel 5 will use a mid-range chip like the Snapdragon 765, not the Snapdragon 865 chip like other flagship phones on the market … which is like reinforcing the Pixel. 5 Maybe it’s a flagship mobile phone that doesn’t come with a high-end specification. However, David added that the Pixel 5 and 5 XL might support 5G using mmWave.

Previously, there has been news around one that the Pixel 5 series phones will not use a Snapdragon 865 chip because it is too expensive. While also making the design of the machine more complex than before, because the said chip still requires a separate 5G modem. However, we must wait to follow up that specification And other features of the Pixel 5 and 5 XL.

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