Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 782G mid-range chip

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Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 782G mid-range chip

Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 782G mid-range chip
Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 782G mid-range chip on November 24. 782G chip is based on 6nm process and contains 1 A78 core up to 2.7Ghz, 3 A78 cores up to 2.2Ghz and 4 A55 cores up to 1.9Ghz, and the GPU is upgraded to Adreno 642L. Qualcomm officially claims that the CPU is 5% faster than 778G+ and the GPU is 10% faster. In addition to the performance boost, the 782G supports up to 16GB of LPDDR5 memory, Wi-Fi 6E up to 2.9Gbps, Bluetooth 5.2 and millimeter wave 5G connectivity, an ISP with up to 200 megapixel sensor, and 4K 30fps or 720p 240fps HDR video recording.

Aqara press conference and announcement of future product plans
On November 24, Aqara held a press conference and announced its upcoming product offerings. The upcoming products include the FP2, a flatter human scene sensor, the G4, a HomeKit-enabled smart doorbell, the T1, a VRF controller, and the T1, a temperature control companion. In addition, Aqara also announced a smart door V100, based on 3D structured light unlocking, fully automatic lock structure, with a 15.6-inch touch screen, access to the mains but has a lithium battery as a backup power supply, the product will be available in the first quarter of 2023.

According to BGR, Tesla is considering bringing Dolby Atmos to the Tesla in-car stereo. It is reported that Tesla has been working with several record companies for several months, and the upgrade will mainly rely on the form of OTA software upgrade, and it is expected that more than 1 million Tesla cars will eventually support Dolby Atmos.

Netflix Los Angeles Games is hiring for a series of game development positions, including game director and art director, in anticipation of a new AAA PC game, the company said Nov. 25. Earlier, Netflix’s vice president of games also hinted that Netflix’s games business will expand to PC and cloud games and other platforms.

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