In the second half of September 2020, Qualcomm announced the new Snapdragon 750G platform, a low-cost processor for gaming smartphones with 5G support and 120 Hz displays. Two weeks later, the first tests appeared on the network, confirming the superiority of the new product over the older Snapdragon 765G.
If we turn to the traditional list of the best smartphones in June 2020 according to the popular AnTuTu benchmark, then Redmi K30 5G, built on the Snapdragon 765G platform, was recognized as its leader and scored 317,019 points in total. Now, the reputable network informant Digital Chat Station has posted on Twitter several photos showing the performance of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite smartphone in a similar benchmark. This particular model is built on the latest Snapdragon 750G, which allowed it to score an impressive 329,032 points, beating the Snapdragon 765G.
According to another network informant Roland Quandt, Qualcomm is already actively working on a new mid-budget Snapdragon 755G processor, which will be close to the Snapdragon 875 in terms of performance. … In this regard, the advantage of the Snapdragon 750G is quite justified.