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Qualcomm has announced a refreshed version of its flagship Snapdragon processor called the Snapdragon Plus, which is designed to boost performance by almost 10 percent for gaming and AI applications.

There are three key improvements of the Snapdragon Plus from the stock standard

  • The Kryo CPU has had its clock speed boosted up to a maximum of GHz, which is 10 percent higher than the standard
  • The Adreno GPU offers 10 percent faster graphics rendering
  • Newly added compatibility for Qualcomm’s FastConnect connectivity suite, which the company says supports Wi-Fi speeds up to Gbps

It’s a similar refresh to last year’s Snapdragon Plus model, which offered improvements to CPU and GPU performance for gaming compared to the regular It also means that Qualcomm isn’t using the midyear refresh to add the most anticipated upgrade to the Snapdragon integrating the Snapdragon X55 modem into the main chipset instead of requiring a separate component within the phone (which takes up more space and can impact battery life). Unfortunately, it seems like that improvement will have to wait for Qualcomm’s flagship, at the earliest.

For the most part, the Snapdragon Plus tended to pop up in gaming-focused Android phones, like the Asus ROG Phone II, the Nubia Red Magic 3, and the Black Shark 2 Pro, although it also was in more mainstream devices like the OnePlus 7T Pro, too. So far, it looks like the Snapdragon Plus will continue that gaming emphasis, with Asus announcing that its upcoming ROG Phone III will feature the new chip, while Lenovo says that it’ll appear in new Legion-branded devices later this year.

Qualcomm says that the first Snapdragon Plus phones will be officially announced starting in Q3, so don’t expect to see it popping up in upcoming flagships like the Galaxy Note 20 just yet.

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The Snapdragon will make phones worse in , thanks to mandatory 5G

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Qualcomm recently took the wraps off its flagship SoC for , the Snapdragon As usual, we can expect this chip in all the high-end Android smartphones in , and it's 25 percent faster than last year, with fancy new camera features and AI-accelerating co-processors. What's unusual is the way Qualcomm designed the LTE modem in the Snapdragon it doesn't have one.

This means nearly every flagship Android phone will be a 5G phone in , and putting the 5G and 4G on a giant extra chip means smartphones are going to use way more power, no matter which cell network you're connected to. When 5G networks are only going to be in their infancy in , this sounds like an across-the-board downgrade to me.

In , 4G had a big power and size advantage over 5G thanks to the all-in-one SoC with an integrated modem solution. In , Qualcomm is so desperate to make 5G a thing that it's making 4G worse.

More power-hungry modems for everyone

's Snapdragon offers 4G connectivity in a single, simple package. 's Snapdragon has no onboard modem, and it needs an extra chip.

We've spent the past year railing against early 5G hardware from Qualcomm because 1) the networks it supports barely exist and 2) the hardware requires significant compromise in your smartphone design, even if you never use 5G. The whole reason a modern smartphone works so well is due to the SoC, the System on a Chip.

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This combines every major computing component onto a single chip, which you can see in the diagram above. There's a CPU, GPU, an "ISP" for camera functionality, a Qualcomm "Hexagon" co-processor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and—in every flagship SoC released in the last seven years except for the Snapdragon —an onboard cellular modem. Mashing everything into a single chip saves power, and it saves space, which means room for a bigger battery.

We've already seen what happens when Android phones ship with separate modems. The first 4G phones with separate modems, like the HTC Thunderbolt, were legendary disasters. The Thunderbolt was a hot, slow, buggy mess, and it had a battery life of only a few hours. It was so bad that one HTC employee even apologized for releasing it. Qualcomm's 5G package was the Snapdragon with a separate X50 modem, and those were fireballs, too.
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Qualcomm Snapdragon Everything you need to know

Following the official unveiling, today we’re diving deeper into the ins and outs of Qualcomm’s brand-new Snapdragon mobile application processor. The Snapdragon supplants ’s Snapdragon as Qualcomm’s premium mobile application processor, boasting notable improvements to the smartphone industry’s hottest trends in gaming, AI, and photography.

For the quick takeaways, the Qualcomm Snapdragon is built on TSMC’s 7nm FinFET process. General performance is up around 25%, energy efficiency improvements land in the 25% range from the , and Qualcomm has overhauled both its AI and imaging processor solutions. There’s still no 5G integrated modem inside the Snapdragon , although that’s not necessarily a big problem. This can probably be overlooked given the sheer amount of other improvements that have gone into the

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Snapdragon CPU and GPU deep dive

At the heart of every smartphone chipset is a CPU and GPU combo. You won’t find a more powerful duo than the Snapdragon ’s Kryo CPU and Adreno GPU.

As with the Snapdragon , the Snapdragon is built with a Prime, Performance, Efficiency octa-core CPU configuration. The largest prime core is an Arm Cortex-A77 clocked at GHz and paired with a kb L2 memory cache for peak performance. Three more big Cortex-A77 cores flank the prime core, offering GHz peak clock speeds and smaller kb L2 caches. The Cortex-A77 is the most powerful Arm CPU design to date, with more than enough power to run the most demanding apps and mobile games around. Neither the Kirin nor Exynos feature this CPU core — they’re based on the older Cortex-A76 (and Samsung’s custom M4 core in the Exynos’ case).

The smaller power efficiency cores are more familiar from last year. These are four Cortex-A55 cores with kb L2 caches and GHz clock speeds. It’s basically the same setup as last year. Overall, Qualcomm promises a 25% boost to both performance and power efficiency this generation.

On the gaming side, the Snapdragon is equipped with an Adreno GPU. Qualcomm promises a similar 25% performance gain for graphics rendering, with energy efficiency improved by 35% as well. There are new features for gamers in the Snapdragon Elite package, which include Hz for QHD+ resolution displays, bit HDR gaming, Desktop Forward Rendering support in Unreal Engine 4 games, and GPU updates provided via Google Play.

This last point is particularly interesting. Qualcomm has worked closely with Google to separate its Adreno GPU drivers from the rest of the system, allowing for simple updates over Google Play. New features, performance improvements, and even game optimizations can be delivered quickly, with no more hassle than updating an app. This brings mobile gaming another step closer to PC gaming.

Powering next-gen artificial intelligence

Smartphone machine learning (or AI) capabilities have come on leaps and bounds in the past couple of years, and Qualcomm is (quite literally) doubling down on its capabilities this generation.

The new Hexagon DSP boasts a new Tensor accelerator specifically for machine learning workloads. This new part offers 4x TOPS performance and 35% better energy efficiency than Qualcomm’s previous Hexagon DSP, which introduced a dedicated Tensor accelerator to the Snapdragon

However, machine learning is a system-wide solution for Qualcomm. The company calls this its AI Engine, which enters its fifth generation with the Snapdragon To that end, the chipset includes a 3MB system cache, up from 2MB previously, and supports LPDDR5 MHz RAM to move data faster than before. This, combined with the CPU, GPU, and DSP/AI processing capabilities, results in a whopping 15TOPS of AI performance. That’s double what was on offer with the Snapdragon and comfortably ahead of the competition.

Also read: What the Qualcomm Snapdragon means for your next smartphone

5G

Although the industry is gradually moving towards integrated 5G modems, the Snapdragon , just like its predecessor, still requires an external modem for 5G connectivity. Qualcomm envisions that partners will pair the up with the Snapdragon X55 5G modem. The Kirin , Exynos , and Snapdragon feature integrated 5G components, although they’re easily half the speed of the X The X55 offers all the latest 5G bells and whistles, we’ll just have to wait another year for these to be integrated inside the SoC.

The Snapdragon X55 supports both mmWave and sub-6GHz spectrum, just like its predecessor. Theoretical peak speeds hit Gbps download and up to 3Gbps upload. However, you’ll need a perfect alignment of network conditions and capabilities to reach such lofty speeds. Other important features include 5G Standalone (SA) and Non-Standalone (NSA) network support, 5G FDD for Europe, 4G/5G spectrum sharing, and MHz envelope tracking. In other words, there’s everything you need here to get up and running on global 5G networks.

Requiring an external modem has some drawbacks for power consumption. Integrated modems are simply more efficient, but Qualcomm is targeting maximum performance with the Although given the X55 is Qualcomm’s second-generation 5G modem, the energy efficiency should be improved over the X50 that’s been used with Snapdragon handsets. Qualcomm is also billing this as a complete 5G “modem to antenna” solution for the Packaging radio power, frequency tuning, and antennas together with the modem for a one-stop 5G solution.

Read more: Why there’s no integrated 5G modem in the Snapdragon

Taking the perfect picture

Photography is a cornerstone of the modern smartphone experience, and a new processor wouldn’t be complete without some imaging improvements. The Snapdragon makes some major changes to the image signal processor (ISP), producing notable new capabilities and features for users. These include support for up to MP camera sensors, p fps slow-motion video recording with no time limit, 8K 30fps video capture, on-device Dolby Vision HDR, and up to 64MP instant snaps while recording video.

Qualcomm has achieved this by changing the inner workings of its Spectra ISP. Rather than processing one pixel per clock cycle, the Spectra ISP now works on four pixels per cycle. As a result, Qualcomm has dropped the clock speed of the ISP to make major power savings, while still pushing performance up by 40% to two gigapixels per second. The power savings also mean a cooler ISP, and thus the ability to record fps with no time limits.

The Snapdragon still has all the ’s computer vision ISP capabilities, speeding up processing of HDR, scene detection, and noise reduction in low light. Combined with the ’s other machine learning capabilities, ’s phones are set to be computational powerhouses. Be sure to check out our interview with Qualcomm’s Judd Heape, Senior Director of Product Management for all the ins and outs of the Snapdragon ’s camera capabilities.

Snapdragon in flagship phones

The Qualcomm Snapdragon doesn’t disappoint performance enthusiasts. From a range of general performance improvements to dedicated AI, photography, and gaming features, the excels at every demand you can throw at it. However, with the affordable flagship-tier Snapdragon also offering excellent performance and 5G capabilities, the is perhaps not the most industry-shifting chipset heading to the market next year.

The Snapdragon will almost certainly power most of ’s high profile smartphone releases from Samsung, Google, OnePlus, and others. Expect to see flagship handsets sporting Qualcomm’s latest premium tier chip launch in Q1

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Snapdragon phones list, specs and 5G capabilities

Update:We've got more information on all the phones that are set to include the Snapdragon chipset. And, we've already gone hands on with Samsung's Galaxy S20 family of smartphones, which all include the chip.  

The Snapdragon chipset is 'loaded with 5G,' according to chip maker Qualcomm, and it's ready to power the next round of flagship-level Android smartphones starting with the recently released Samsung Galaxy S20 family.

The official Snapdragon phones list is slowly growing, with phones from Samsung, Sony, and many more showing up. We also expect many unconfirmed devices to join the party with the likes of a Galaxy Note 20, LG G9, OnePlus 8, Google Pixel 5 and so on. Samsung leads the pack, and though we missed out on many other launches as a result of MWC 's cancellation, there are still many Snapdragon phones in tow.

Qualcomm's 5G-capable chipset, unveiled at its annual Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii late last year, foreshadows what to expect from your next phone. It'll be in the majority of the best phones – basically everything except Huawei phones and Apple iPhones. 

But even iPhone owners should pay attention to the new Snapdragon features. Qualcomm's roadmap often shapes where the mobile devices industry goes, and we know Qualcomm's modems are going to start being used in a 5G iPhone, likely one or more versions of the iPhone

And even if you don't intend to buy a premium Android phone, some of the features, including 5G, do trickle down to mid-range chipsets, like the simultaneously announced Snapdragon Though, high prices of these devices may leave some room for Qualcomm-competitor MediaTek to grow with its Dimensity and series chipsets.

Snapdragon features are primarily focused on expanding 5G speeds, doubling down on gaming performance, and improving photo and video quality on the many, many cameras employed by smartphones these days.

Snapdragon phones list

The biggest Snapdragon question we've gotten is: which phones will use the Snapdragon chipset? That's easy to speculate about, but much hard to answer with % certainty. Fortunately, we already know a few phones for sure that have gotten or will get the new chipset. Here are the confirmed Snapdragon phones so far:

  • Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • Sony Xperia 1 II
  • Black Shark 3
  • Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone
  • Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro
  • Oppo Find X2
  • ZTE Axon 10s Pro
  • Vivo Apex Concept Phone
  • Nubia Red Magic 5G
  • Realme X50 Pro
  • Redmi K30 Pro
  • Sharp Aquos R5G
  • FCNT arrows 5G
  • iQOO 3

With the exception of the Samsung devices in that list, all of these phones come with the Qualcomm FastConnect subsystem, which supports Wi-Fi 6 and improvements to Bluetooth connectivity both downstream and, most notably, upstream.

There are still plenty of devices we're not sure about yet, though. Here's a list of rumored Snadpdragon phones:

  • LG G9
  • LG V60
  • OnePlus 8 and 8T
  • Moto Z5 (will probably have a different name)
  • Asus Zenfone 7
  • Samsung Galaxy Fold 2
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Plus
  • Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 5 XL
  • Asus ROG Phone 3
  • Nokia 10

There are surely more Snapdragon phones from companies like Xioami, Oppo, and Meizu, though it's harder to draw successors to their current lineups. Rest assured, we expect most flagship Android phones to run this chipset.

And when it comes to Moto, its flagship phone could use the chip, but we don't know if there'll ever be a 'Moto Z5'. Motorola's aging Moto Mod idea has limited the company's ability to offer a redesign, as the mods are all backward compatible. After four years of much of the same, we expect a full fresh and perhaps a new name.

Snapdragon specs

Qualcomm is touting new architecture among its Snapdragon specs, made up of a Kryo CPU, Adreno GPU, Spectra ISP, Hexagon processor and sensing hub. All of them will play a key part in deciding what your next phone is capable of doing. 

Its CPU can run up to GHz, according to Qualcomm, and the GPU is supposed to offer 20% faster graphics rendering. We'll be running Snapdragon benchmark tests soon to confirm these numbers.

The standout in the Snapdragon specs sheet, however, is the 35% increase in the power efficiency for intense tasks, like gaming. As powerful as GPUs have become in smartphones, we know peak performance only lasts so long before throttling sets in. Qualcomm says it wants to go the distance with the new chip.

Snapdragon has 5G, but without integration

The Snapdragon is driving 5G in two ways: it'll offer faster download speeds – up to Gbps – and be found in more smartphones you actually want in

Qualcomm's Snapdragon X55 5G modem achieves these peak download speeds via mmWave and sub-6 standards, the backbone of 5G. But it also employs tricks like Dynamic Spectrum Sharing, which combines 5G and 4G spectrum for faster throughput.

Upload speeds are also set to improve, reaching 3Gbps in ideal 5G conditions. That's something we really haven't seen from carriers in our 5G speed tests in the US, as the hype around uplink speeds has long trailed good download speed performance.

Interestingly, the Snapdragon is being coupled with the Snapdragon X55 5G modem as a separate chip. This means the modem isn't actually integrated into the mobile chipset, but you also won't be able to get a Snapdragon phone without the 5G chip. They're a couple, so don't expect new phones to be 4G-only.

That's more of a concern for smartphone manufacturers, which have to account for the modem within the confines of their devices and find ways to power the modem separately. But these concerns could affect the size and battery consumption of the next smartphones.

Snapdragon is ready for MP photos, 8K video

Besides 5G, the most consumer-facing perks of the Snapdragon chipset are the camera improvements. You'll notice an uptick in both photo and video quality.

Specifically, the Qualcomm Spectra Image Signal Processor boosts the megapixel count to MP. Note: it's really up to phone manufacturers to use these grandiose capabilities, so you may not actually see MP smartphones yet. Case in point: the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra only went up to MP.

Similarly, two years ago, we saw Samsung ditch HDR video capture when it was employed by the This was reportedly done to keep parity with its Exynos chip, which didn't have HDR video capture capabilities and went into Galaxy S9 and Note 9 in some regions. The Galaxy S10 ended up being Samsung's first to capture HDR video.

When it comes to video for phones poised to use the Snapdragon chipset, we're going to see 8K resolution video, one billion shades of color and support for the HGL format and Dolby Vision captured in real time. 

Dolby Vision capture is going to be important simply because other phones out there right now have high-end screens that support seeing Dolby Vision. But capturing it is going to be limited to 's Android phones – meaning your friends will see you amazing footage on their phone screens and have instant camera phone envy. 

Slow motion video can be fun, but in it was fairly limited – super slo mo modes at fps often cut out after ten seconds. That's changing in with unlimited super slow motion video. You'll also see slo mo at 4K fps. Goodbye p slo mo video.

Desktop-class gaming on a mobile phone

Qualcomm talked about mobile gaming with the Snapdragon chip – a lot. And every time it did, the chip team kept referencing 'desktop-class gaming'. It sounds like marketing bluster, but there's something to that with the Adreno GPU.

Desktop Forward Rendering is the first thing highlighted in Snapdragon demos, and we did see a difference. It brings new lighting and post-processing effects closer to those that we see on PCs and consoles. In the demo, there was a marble rolling around a simple puzzle/platform environment and it had superior multi-angle reflections and shadows.

Game Color Plus had the same impact when we demoed a hack-and-slash strategy game. It looked noticeably more vibrant and saturated, which normally isn't a big feat. But Qualcomm says Game Color Plus does more than raise the saturation slide bar, it smartly boosts saturation and tone mapping, as to not totally blanket saturate everything including skin tones. Okay, now that's important.

We're unlikely to see many or any smartphones with a Hz display refresh rate in , but that's the new ceiling for the Snapdragon chipset. Most phones have a 60Hz refresh rate, though the OnePlus 7 Pro and its successors brought 90Hz to their popular lineup and Sony's Xperia 1 II will get a 90Hz display while the Samsung Galaxy S20 family has leapt up to a Hz refresh rate.

One more desktop-class thing, according to Qualcomm. Adreno graphics chip is set up to receive updated drivers over time, much like you'd experience from a GPU on a gaming PC. It sounds simple enough – updates happen through an app store – but phone manufacturers using the Snapdragon play a critical role in issuing the updates, and we all know that they're slow with Android operating system updates.

We'll have more specs and benchmarking information after the Snapdragon Tech Summit and update this page when we get the results.

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Qualcomm Snapdragon

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The Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile Platform is a high-end smartphone and tablet SoC that Qualcomm announced in December The SoC integrates a fast ‘Prime Core’ that clocks up to GHz and three further fast ARM Cortex-A77 performance cores, which can reach up to GHz. These are complemented by four power-saving ARM Cortex-A55 cores that clock up to a maximum of GHz. The difference to the older Snapdragon is the switch from Cortex-A76 to the faster Cortex-A77 architecture. The clock speeds stay the same. 

Therefore, the Snapdragon takes the top spot in mobile processors for Android based systems. In some multi-core workloads, the SD can even perform on par with the Apple A13 SoC. Single thread, however is still a strong suit of the Apple SoCs.

Compared to the previous generations, the Snapdragon does not integrate an LTE modem anymore, but has to be paired with the new X55 5G modem, that also supports LTE Cat 24/ The Wi-Fi module however is still integrated and called FastConnect with support for Wi-Fi 6 (ax) and 8x8 MU-MIMU and 60 GHz ay with up to 10 Gbps. Bluetooth is also supported including aptX Adaptive.

The integrated GPU is now called Adreno and should offer 20% more performance than the Adreno in the Snapdragon

The on board Hexagon DSP now offers an improved KI performance of up to 15 TOPS (up from 7 TOPS in the ) and still uses a combination of CPU, GPU, HVX and Tensor cores. The Spectra ISP is now also significantly faster. The integrated Computer Vision Engine (CV-ISP) now supports Dolby Vision, 8K videos and megapixel photos.

The built-in memory controller now supports LPDDR5 with up to 2, MHz and LPDDR4X with 2, MHz.

The Snapdragon is manufactured at TSMC in the new improved 7nm process (N7P, DUV-based). The process offers a 7% higher performance or 10% less power consumption compared to the old N7 process.

SeriesQualcomm Snapdragon
CodenameCortex-A77 / A55 (Kryo )
Series: Snapdragon Cortex-A77 / A55 (Kryo )
Qualcomm Snapdragon 5Gcompare -  GHz8 / 87 MB Cortex-A77 / A55 (Kryo )
Qualcomm Snapdragon + (Plus)compare -  GHz8 / 87 MB Cortex-A77 / A55 (Kryo )
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Level 1 Cache1 MB
Level 2 Cache MB
Level 3 Cache7 MB
Number of Cores / Threads8 / 8
Power Consumption (TDP = Thermal Design Power)5 Watt
Manufacturing Technology7 nm
FeaturesAdreno GPU, Spectra ISP, LPDDR5 MHz / LPDDR4X MHz Memory Controller
GPUQualcomm Adreno ( - MHz)
64 Bit64 Bit support
ArchitectureARM
Announcement Date12/04/

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The best Snapdragon phones you can get

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The Snapdragon smartphone chipset is from , but it still holds value today. While older, Qualcomm’s high-end chipset can handle just about any task you throw at it. It’s usually paired with loads of powerful specs, too, so you won’t have any problems with things like playing the latest games and multitasking.

The selection of Snapdragon phones has pretty much topped out, but there are many great options available, which you can check out below.

Also read:The very best Android phones around

The best Snapdragon phones:

Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of Snapdragon phones regularly.


1. Samsung Galaxy S20 series

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The whole Samsung Galaxy S20 series is powered by the Snapdragon in the US. However, the phones pack the Exynos chipset under the hood in Europe and other regions. All three phones sport Hz displays, support wireless charging, and are IP68 rated. You also get an in-display fingerprint scanner and expandable storage with each one. Unfortunately, though, there’s no headphone jack onboard.

The S20 Ultra is the most powerful phone in the series, sporting the biggest display, the best cameras, and the largest battery. Samsung’s S20 Plus is next in line, followed by the regular S Although there are differences between them, they are flagship phones that will satisfy the demands of hardcore users. You can check out the differences in specs between the three below.

  • Display: inch, QHD+
  • SoC: SD or Exynos
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: GB
  • Cameras: 12, 12, and 64MP
  • Front camera: 10MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus specs:

  • Display: inch, QHD+
  • SoC: SD or Exynos
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: GB
  • Cameras: 12, 12, and 64MP + ToF
  • Front camera: 10MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra specs:

  • Display: inch, QHD+
  • SoC: SD or Exynos
  • RAM: 12/16GB
  • Storage: //GB
  • Cameras: , 12, and 48MP + ToF
  • Front camera: 40MP
  • Battery: 5,mAh
  • Software: Android 10

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE specs:

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: GB
  • Cameras: 12, 12, and 8MP
  • Front camera: 32MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


2. LG V60 ThinQ

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LG has recently left the smartphone market, so aside from being one of the best Snapdragon phones, the LG V60 ThinQ may be one of the last of its kind. In addition to the Snapdragon chipset, the LG V60 also comes with an IP68 rating and a MIL-STD G design for improved durability. Thankfully, none of this comes at the expense of the headphone port, which is still offered here.

LG’s flagship features 8K recording, wireless charging, a big battery, and an OLED screen with an in-display fingerprint sensor. This 5G device also supports expandable storage and packs a large 5,mAh battery. Other specs and features worth mentioning include a quad DAC and stereo speakers.

More:The best budget phones

The only major downside in hardware is that it lacks a telephoto or periscope camera, using its 64MP primary camera for zoom instead. But it’s easy to forgive when you look at the rest of the features and the relatively affordable price tag.

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LG V60 ThinQ specs:

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: GB
  • Cameras: 64 and 13MP + 3D ToF
  • Front camera: 10MP
  • Battery: 5,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


3. Oppo Find X3 Neo

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The Find X3 Neo

Released in March , this is the newest phone with a Snapdragon It’s no bad contender either. Specs include 12GB of RAM and up to GB of storage. The AMOLED display will show a gorgeous image with a crisp FHD Plus definition and a 90Hz refresh rate.

The Find X3 Neo’s camera credentials are impressive, too, delivering a 50MP main camera, an ultra-wide 16MP camera, a 2MP macro shooter, and a 13MP 2X zoom lens. It’s a competent device with a gorgeous design, as you can see in the image above. And because it’s newer, chances are it will keep getting updated for longer.

If you really want a phone with a Snapdragon processor, but would rather stick with something newer, this is by far your best bet.

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Oppo Find X3 Neo specs:

  • Display: inch, FHD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 12GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: 50, 16, 13, and 2MP
  • Front camera: 32MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 11


4. Xiaomi Mi 10 series

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The biggest difference between them is in the camera department, where the Pro model offers more. The phone also supports faster charging (50W vs. 30W) but comes with a slightly smaller battery. You can check out these details and more in the specs section below.

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8/12GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: , 13, 2, and 2MP
  • Front camera: 20MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10
  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8/12GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: , 20, 12, 8MP
  • Front camera: 20MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


5. Sony Xperia 1 II and Xperia 5 II

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Sony’s flagship devices pack the Snapdragon chipset under the hood along with 8GB of RAM. You’ll find three 12MP cameras at the back, and the Xperia 1 II also has a ToF sensor that should help with portrait mode images.

Also:The best waterproof phones you can buy

Like most other Xperia phones, the weirdly named 1 II and 5 II have side-mounted fingerprint scanners. They also come with displays that make the phones quite lanky. You also get wireless charging with the Xperia 1 II, but not with the Xperia 5 II. Both have an IP68 rating, though, and even a headphone jack! All these things combined make these handsets some of the best Snapdragon phones you can get.

  • Display: inch, 4K
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: GB
  • Cameras: 12, 12, 12MP + ToF
  • Front camera: 8MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10
  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: 12, 12, and 12MP
  • Front camera: 8MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


6. Asus ROG Phone 3 Strix Edition

The Asus ROG Phone 3 is an amazing handset, but it happens to have a higher-end Snapdragon Plus chipset. Another version of the gaming phone is called the Asus ROG Phone 3 Strix Edition, and this one comes with the Snapdragon chipset under the hood.

The gaming-centric handset still has a great Hz display, up to 12GB of RAM, and GB of storage. It also comes with a huge 6,mAh battery that should keep you playing for a healthy amount of gaming sessions.

Related:The best gaming phones

The Asus ROG Phone 3 Strix edition is a slightly less powerful version of the ROG Phone 3, but it also has a much smaller price point. All the important specs are still there, and the extra accessories available from Asus like the AeroActive Cooler 3.

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Asus ROG Phone 3 Strix Edition specs:

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8/12GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: 64, 13, and 5MP
  • Front camera: 24MP
  • Battery: 6,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


7. OnePlus 8T and 8 Pro

David Imel / Android Authority

The OnePlus 8T is definitely one of the best Snapdragon phones. It hits many flagship highlights — a high-end processing package, an impressive Hz display, a beautiful design, solid build quality, and excellent battery life.

Unfortunately, it missed a few key features, making the OnePlus 8 Pro a better deal for some users. This includes an IP68 rating (only the T-Mobile version comes with this feature) and wireless charging. It also comes with a slightly bigger and higher definition screen. Not to mention a telephoto lens.

There’s also something to be said about the simplicity and elegance of OnePlus devices. Just look at it! It’s a gorgeously designed piece of technology.

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OnePlus 8T specs:

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8/12GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: 48, 16, 5, and 2MP
  • Front camera: 16MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 11
  • Display: inch, QHD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8/12GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: 48, 8, 48, 5MP
  • Front camera: 16MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


8. Realme X50 Pro

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The Realme X50 Pro falls into the flagship killer category because it offers a great price-performance ratio. You get the Snapdragon chipset under the hood, up to 12GB of RAM, and a large Super AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate.

More:Our guide to phone accessories

The battery comes in at 4,mAh and supports watt charging that gets it from zero to % in about 45 minutes, according to our testing. The build quality is great, although the design feels a bit dated.

The biggest drawback of the phone is that the cameras aren’t the best. Although they get the job done during the daytime, they aren’t that great for low-light photography.

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Realme X50 Pro specs:

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 6/8/12GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: 64, 12, 8, and 2MP
  • Front camera: 32 and 8MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


9. Red Magic 5G

Gary Sims / Android Authority

The Red Magic 5G is a great device overall, although it’s not for everyone. It’s a gaming phone, which means its design is a bit out there. But that also means that performance is top-notch. In addition to the Snapdragon chipset, you also get a Hz display, active cooling, gaming triggers, and more.

The phone also packs stereo speakers, a headphone jack, and up to 16GB of RAM. What’s more, it’s relatively affordable, at least when compared to other similar phones.

However, the Red Magic does have a few drawbacks. The software is far from perfect, and you can’t change the launcher. There’s no expandable storage, and it has a mediocre camera system.

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Red Magic 5G specs:

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 8/12/16GB
  • Storage: /GB
  • Cameras: 64, 8, and 2MP
  • Front camera: 8MP
  • Battery: 4,mAh
  • Software: Android 10


Asus Zenfone 7

Ryan-Thomas Shaw / Android Authority

The Asus Zenfone 7 is one of the best selfie camera phones thanks to its unique camera mechanism, which flips the rear cameras around to point them towards the front. Asus has also delivered improved reliability in this regard, claiming that the swivel is now good for , flips or flips daily for five years. Meanwhile, the firm says the Zenfone 6’s mechanism was rated for , flips.

Also read:The best Snapdragon phones

Asus has upgraded the camera experience on the Zenfone 7 series, too, as the Pro has a 64MP IMX main shooter in place of the 48MP IMX sensor on the predecessor. You’ve also got a 12MP ultra-wide snapper (IMX, macro support) and an 8MP 3x telephoto shooter (12x digital zoom).

The Asus Zenfone 7 marks a move towards higher pricing, but the standard phone is still cheaper than base flagships from Samsung and Xiaomi. It also comes with potent specs, making it one of the best Snapdragon phones to get at a more decent price point. You can look at the Asus Zenfone 7 Pro for a more powerful version of this phone, but that one doesn’t make it to this list because it has a Snapdragon Plus chipset.

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Asus Zenfone 7 specs:

  • Display: inch, Full HD+
  • SoC: Snapdragon
  • RAM: 6/8GB
  • Storage: GB
  • Cameras: 64, 12, and 8MP
  • Front camera: /
  • Battery: 5,mAh
  • Software: Android 10

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