The Snapdragon G1 Gen 1 is designed for fanless game streaming handhelds and promises a battery life of up to 10 hours. It has an octa-core Kryo CPU and Adreno A11 GPU along with Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. Also, the chipset supports resolution up to 720p and a refresh rate of 60 fps.
The Snapdragon G2 Gen1 is intended for mobile and cloud gaming devices with the same octa-core Kryo CPU and a more powerful Adreno A21 GPU. The G2 series also comes with Wi-Fi 6/6E and 5G, thanks to the Snapdragon X62 5G modem. FHD+ resolutions and a refresh rate of up to 144 fps are supported.
The Snapdragon G3x Gen1 already present in the Razer Edge 5G sees its successor in the Snapdragon G3x Gen 2. The new top-end G series chipset will bring its power to handhelds that are considered flagships for PC-level mobile gaming. The G3x Gen 2 incorporates an octa-core Kryo CPU and is 30% faster than its predecessor. Also, the chip has the new Adreno A32 GPU with 2x better performance compared to the previous model. Also, the Snapdragon G3x Gen 2 supports ray tracing, Wi-Fi 7 and 5G. Its resolution reaches FHD+ level with 144 fps. Qualcomm boasts PCIe Gen 4 SSD support and stereo haptics.
The new chipsets are expected soon in mobile devices from AyaNeo, Huaqin, Inventec, Thundercomm, etc.