Snapdragon 765 vs 765G vs Snapdragon 730 vs 730G – AnTuTu-Geekbench Benchmark Scores

Snapdragon 765 vs 765g vs Snapdragon 730 vs 730g

The Snapdragon 700 series from Qualcomm is acquiring the mobile SoC market just like its Snapdragon 600 series did in the previous times. The Snapdragon 700 series has almost every kind of SoC that mid-range to upper mid-range smartphones needed. From almost flagship-level performance to 5G, this series has something for everyone. The introduction of “G-suffixed” processors versions are also there which are further optimised for gaming in a budget.

Two of the most popular processors in this series are Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 765. They also have “G” versions of them which are even more optimised towards gaming. The Snapdragon 730, 730G, 765, and 765G are going to be used in 2020 in so many mid-range to upper mid-range smartphones, and special one thing about Snapdragon 765 and 765G is that these are the first SoCs in this series to have integrated 5G connectivity. Here we are going to compare all these four processors and going to look at the differences in them. Let’s get started.

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Snapdragon 765 vs 765G vs Snapdragon 730 vs 730G

 Snapdragon 765 / 765GSnapdragon 730 / 730G
Model NumberSDM765SDM730
CPUOcta-core (- 1x Kryo 475 (A76) Prime 2.3 GHz (765)
- 1x Kryo 475 (A76) Prime 2.4 GHz (765G)
1x Kryo 475 Gold (A76) @2.2GHz
6x Kryo 475 Silver (A55) @1.8 GHz)
Octa-core (2x Kryo 470 Gold (A76) @2.2 GHz
6x Kryo 470 Silver (A55) @1.8 GHz )
GPU- Adreno 620
- Adreno 620 (10% faster GPU on 765G)
- Adreno 618
- Adreno 618 (10% faster GPU on 730G)
API SupportOpenGL ES 3.2
Vulkan 1.0
OpenCL 2.0
DirectX 12
OpenGL ES 3.2
Vulkan 1.1
OpenCL 2.0
DirectX 12
8GB, LPDDR4X (1866 MHz)
StorageUFS 2.1 / eMMC 5.1UFS 2.1 / eMMC 5.1
Display3360x1440 pixels QHD+ @60Hz
2560 x 1080 pixels Full HD+ @120Hz
3360x1440 pixels QHD+
Camera SupportSingle 36MP, MFNR, ZSL, 30fps, 48MP, MFNR, 192MP
Dual 22MP + 22MP MFNR, ZSL, 30fps,Spectra 355 2x ISP
Single 36MP, MFNR, ZSL, 30fps, 48MP, MFNR, 192MP
Dual 22MP + 22MP MFNR, ZSL, 30fps,Spectra 350 2x ISP
ModemIntegrated 5G X52 Modem
D/L Speed: 3.7Gbps (5G), 1.2 Gbps (LTE)
U/L Speed: 1.6 Gbps (5G), 216Mbps (LTE)
Snapdragon X15
D/L Speed: 800 Mbps
U/L Speed: 150 Mbps
VideoUp to 4K Ultra HD
H.265 (HEVC), H.264 (AVC), VP8, VP9)
Up to 4K Ultra HD
H.265 (HEVC), H.264 (AVC), VP8, VP9)
ChargingQuick Charge 4+Quick Charge 4+
OthersBluetooth 5.0, USB 3.1 support, 802.11a/b/g (dual-band 2.4GHz, 5.0 Ghz)Bluetooth 5.0, true wireless audio, USB 3.1 support, 802.11a/b/g, Dual 4G VoLT
GeekBench ScoresN/ASingle Core: 2481 / 2538 (730/730G)
Multi Core: 6848 / 6927 (730/730G)
Antutu Scores302,847 points (765G)251,491 points (730)
260,650 points (730G)
AIHexagon 696 DSP
Qualcomm Sensing Hub
Hexagon Tensor Accelerator
Hexagon Vector eXtensions (HVX)
Hexagon 688 DSP
Hexagon Tensor Accelerator
Hexagon Vector eXtensions (HVX)

Manufacturing Process & CPU

Both Snapdragon 730 and 730G are the same. There are two Cortex-A76 cores at 2.2GHz and six  Cortex-A55 cores at 1.8GHz. Qualcomm calls them at Kryo 470 Gold and Kryo 470 Silver cores respectively. Both SD 730 and 730G are built over the 8nm LPP fabrication for great power-efficiency on a budget.

Unlike Snapdragon 730 and 730G, the Snapdragon 765 and 765G comes with a tri-cluster design. It means that the eight cores have been divided into three sections to distribute the workload more evenly. The Snapdragon 765 has one prime Cortex-A76 core at 2.3GHz, one medium Cortex-A76 core at 2.2GHz and six Cortex-A55 efficiency cores at 1.8GHz.Qualcomm calls them Kryo 475 Prime cores, Kryo 475 Gold Cores, and Kryo 475 Silver cores respectively.

The Snapdragon 765G also has almost the same story in the story except for the clock speed of the prime, which is boosted a little bit to 2.4GHz. This increment of 0.1GHz is not going to give that much CPU performance boost. But something is better than nothing. Also, both Snapdragon 765 and 765G have been made over the 7nm EUV fabrication, which is comparable to flagship processors.

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Graphics Processor Unit (GPU)

The GPU is where the main difference comes in the normal and the “G” versions of the processors. The Snapdragon 730 and 730G both use the same Adreno 618 GPU but with different clock frequencies. The SD730 uses GPU at 500MHz whereas the SD730G at 550MHz. Also, the Snapdragon 730G comes with the support of Qualcomm Elite Gaming which is a software-based gaming enhancing feature. These GPU differences lead to 15% better gaming performance in Snapdragon 730G than the normal Snapdragon 730.

The same case is with the Snapdragon 765 family. Both have Adreno 620 GPU, but the one in Snapdragon 765G is overclocked a bit and also has Qualcomm Elite Gaming. It gives Snapdragon 730G to have 20% better GPU performance than the normal one.

Now all the upcoming sections below are precisely the same in standard and gaming versions of the processors, so we are going to write Snapdragon 765 and Snapdragon 730 for convenience.

Artificial Intelligence

Snapdragon 730 uses the Qualcomm Hexagon 688 DSP whereas the Snapdragon 765 uses the Hexagon 696 DSP. Snapdragon 765 has the 5th Gen Qualcomm AI engine which is far better than Snapdragon 730’s 4th Gen AI engine.

On combining the DSP, CPU, and GPU, the Snapdragon 765 can give up to 5.5TOPS (Trillion Operations Per Second), which is almost the third of 15 trillion operations per second in AI performance of Snapdragon 855 chipset. But it is not very far off 7.5TOPS AI speed of Snapdragon 855. The Snapdragon 765 is a great performer in AI and is also has a pretty significant upgrade over the predecessor, the Snapdragon 730. Snapdragon 765 is the winner in Artificial Intelligence.

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AnTuTu-Geekench Scores

AnTuTu Scores

The AnTuTu v8 scores of Snapdragon 730 and 730G are 2,51,491 and  2,60,650 respectively, and there is not much difference in the cores. Whereas the Snapdragon 765 powered smartphones are not yet available, but from the Snapdragon 765G’s 3,02,847 AnTuTu scores, we can expect similar scores.

Snapdragon 765G vs Snapdragon 730 vs 730G Antutu v8
Snapdragon 765G vs Snapdragon 730 vs 730G Antutu v8

Geekbench Scores

Coming to the Geekbench v4.4 scores, the Snapdragon 730 has a Single-Core score of 2,481 and Multi-Core scores of 6,848 whereas the Snapdragon 730G has 2,538 and 6,927 single and multi-core scores respectively. Whereas the Geekbench 4.4 scores of Snapdragon 765 family are not yet available, but we still manage to bring you the Geekbench 4.2 scores of Snapdragon 765G. It has scored 2,129 in single-core benchmarking and 5,279 in multi-core benchmarks.

Snapdragon 730 vs 730G Geekbench
Snapdragon 730 vs 730G Geekbench

Camera & Optics

The Snapdragon 730 has the Spectra 355 ISP whereas the Snapdragon 765 has the Spectra 355 ISP. Now there is nothing different in the camera support. All the processors support the dual-camera setup of up to 22-megapixel, and in terms of single-camera setup it can handle up to 36-megapixel with normal features. However, you can go up to 192-megapixel after excluding the ZSL and MFNR features. All four can shoot videos in 4k @ 30fps.

But there are also some differences when it comes to slow-motion shooting and HDR10+ encoding/decoding. The Snapdragon 730 can shoot 720p slow-mo at 240fps whereas with the Snapdragon 765 you can shoot at 480fps. Also, the HDR10 content is supported in all the four processors, but when it comes to HDR10+, the Snapdragon 730 is not capable. Also, the Spectra 355 ISP is the successor of 350 ISP, and you can expect better and fast image processing.

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Storage & Display

The Snapdragon 730 supports a maximum of 8GB RAM in the dual-channel configuration of LPDDR4 type @ 1866MHz whereas the Snapdragon 765 supports the same type of RAM at 2133MHz with 12GB of maximum capacity. For the display support, both families of processors support Full HD+ displays at 120Hz refresh rates, but the Snapdragon 765 family further supports QHD+ display at 60Hz. For the external displays, all can go up to QHD resolution at 60Hz.


The connectivity section is where the Snapdragon 765 is a star. It comes with an integrated Qualcomm X52 5G modem which makes its the first-ever Snapdragon 700 series processor to have 5G. With this modem, Snapdragon 765 can provide 3.7Gbps of download speed and 1.6Gbps of upload speed. This modem also supports 4G/LTE connectivity in which it can go up to 1.2Gbps and 210Mbps in download and upload speeds.

Talking about the Snapdragon 730, it has Qualcomm X15 LTE modem which is a 4G modem and provides 800Mbps of download speed and 150Mbps of upload speed. Definitely, the Snapdragon 730’s connectivity section is good enough for 4G connectivity, but the Snapdragon 765 not just has improved 4G connectivity but also supports 5G.

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Final Conclusion – Which One Is Better?

There is nothing tricky to understand in this comparison and nothing special to explain. Each family has the “G member” better than the standard one and since the Snapdragon 765 series is the latest hence it performs better than its predecessor family, Snapdragon 730, as expected.

The company claims to deliver 20% better graphics performance with the latest Snapdragon 765 in comparison to Snapdragon 730.  Besides, there is a more powerful CPU either with latest 7nm EUV fabrication node. Hence, we can say Snapdragon 765 series comes with signification performance improvements in both CPU and GPU departments. What is your take? Do let’s know in below comment section!



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