Included with the Snapdragon 765 is an octa-core Kryo 475 processor that offers speeds up to 2.3GHz as well as the Adreno 620 GPU, offering up to 20% performance improvements. The 5th gen Qualcomm AI Engine includes a Sensing Hub to help your device be contextually aware of your voice commands, and the Snapdragon 765 also boasts support for 4K HDR video recording and multi-camera photo capture with telephoto, wide, and ultra-wide lenses.
One of the major features of the Snapdragon 765 is its integrated 5G. It includes the Snapdragon X52 Modem-RF System, which boasts support for download speeds up to 3.7Gbps and upload speeds up to 1.6Gbps. There's support for all key regions and bands, including mmWave and sub-6GHz, 5G SA and NSA modes, and TDD and FDD with Dynamic Spectrum Sharing. Qualcomm has thrown in global 5G roaming and multi-SIM support, too.
Finally, Qualcomm says that aptX Adaptive audio can automatically adjust between high definition mode and low latency mode to help keep your Bluetooth audio in sync with media and reduce audio/lip syncing issues.
Qualcomm is also releasing the Snapdragon 765G, a gaming-focused version of the Snapdragon 765. It offers up to 10% faster graphics performance over the regular Snapdragon 765 as well as Snapdragon Elite Gaming features like 10-bit HDR for enhanced detail and colors.
Devices that include the Snapdragon 765 and 765G processors are expected to begin launching in the first quarter of 2020.