Snapdragon Processors Ranking & Complete List

Snapdragon is a series of System-on-Chip by Qualcomm. It is based on ARM’s architecture and it is targeted towards platforms such as Smartphones, Tablets, and Notebooks. This article contains the list of Snapdragon Processors of the current series and their rankings. We have included the Snapdragon 200, 400, 600, 700 and 800 Series in this article.

The Specification of these Processors is obtained from the Qualcomm‘s Official Website. But the method for the rankings and testing of the Processors is developed by Tech Centurion. We use various algorithms and consider real-world performance as a critical factor in the ranking of Processors.

If you wanted a comparison between various Processors, our rankings are the best way to determine the overall performance of the chip. For the complete list of benchmarks of mobile processors, visit here.

For many Tech Enthusiasts and prospective smartphone buyers, the performance of the device matters the most. And when it comes to Hardware, it is the processor that makes it possible to achieve that performance.

A better SOC will lead to better performance, multi-tasking, and gaming. And finally, all these factors will result in a better user experience. For me, the user experience and stability play the biggest role and for this reason, I prefer Qualcomm Processors over others. Most phones that run on these SOCs have an excellent custom ROM development and support at XDA Developers.

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Asus ROG Phone II (Check on Amazon) is one of the best and fastest Snapdragon 855+ out there as of November 2019. Oneplus 7T is another great option if the performance is what you need. If you need a budget device with flagship performance, you should check out the Pocofone F1.

In the next section, you can look at the rankings of all the Qualcomm Snapdragon Processors launched after 2014. And after that, you can check out the list of Processors belonging to Snapdragon 200, 400, 600, 800, and the new 700 series.

    Rankings of Snapdragon Processors

Here’s the Ranking of Snapdragon SOCs:

Snapdragon Processors Ranking

Here’s the above graph in tabular form:

Rank Processor Name Centurion Mark
#1 Snapdragon 865+ 150
#2 Snapdragon 865 149
#3 Snapdragon 855+ 145
#4 Snapdragon 855 144
#5 Snapdragon 768G 136
#6 Snapdragon 765G 134
#7 Snapdragon 765 133
#8 Snapdragon 690 131*
#9 Snapdragon 845 127
#10 Snapdragon 732G 125
#11 Snapdragon 730G 124
#12 Snapdragon 730 123
#13 Snapdragon 720G 123
#14 Snapdragon 835 117
#15 Snapdragon 712 114
#16 Snapdragon 710 113
#17 Snapdragon 675 112
#18 Snapdragon 670 111
#19 Snapdragon 821 108
#20 Snapdragon 820 107
#21 Snapdragon 660 101
#22 Snapdragon 665 101
#23 Snapdragon 662 101
#24 Snapdragon 460 99
#25 Snapdragon 636 97
#26 Snapdragon 632 92
#27 Snapdragon 630 88
#28 Snapdragon 810 80
#29 Snapdragon 653 74
#30 Snapdragon 626 72
#31 Snapdragon 625 71
#32 Snapdragon 650 70
#33 Snapdragon 439 70
#34 Snapdragon 652 69
#35 Snapdragon 450 69
#36 Snapdragon 808 68
#37 Snapdragon 429 65
#38 Snapdragon 435 59
#39 Snapdragon 430 57
#40 Snapdragon 617 55
#41 Snapdragon 616 52
#42 Snapdragon 615 51
#43 Snapdragon 610 50
#44 Snapdragon 427 50
#45 Snapdragon 425 49
#46 Snapdragon 415 47
#47 Snapdragon 412 46
#48 Snapdragon 410 45

*The scores marked with a star are only estimated without real-world testing.

For the ranking of MediaTek processors, visit here.

How to make use of this data?

Processors having the same or a close score can be considered as equivalent or similar in performance.

Above 125

The processors that scored above 125 on Centurion Mark deliver excellent performance in Gaming as well as Heavy usage. Selecting a phone with a processor from this category is highly recommended for the best user experience.

Between 100-125

Great performance is General use as well as gaming. If you’re buying a mid-range phone then you should target this range.

Between 70-100

In this range, performance is just above average. But you’re unlikely to observe any lags or any other significant issues. But some older chips like Snapdragon 810 having poor thermal performance might also fall into this category. If you have a low budget, try to get a phone that fits in this category.

Between 55-70

The general performance of these chips is below average but it is acceptable in the lower end phones. These can suffer from occasional lags as well as throttling issues.

Below 55

The performance of these chips is below par and should be avoided unless you’re buying an extremely cheap phone with a budget lower than $100.

What is Centurion Mark?

Centurion Mark is a Processor’s Performance Rating System developed by Tech Centurion. It is not just a benchmark tool or something that simply relies on the raw performance or the specification of a processor.

We calculate Centurion Mark based on a Processor’s Performance + Features + User Experience + Issues. If any processor suffers from lags or overheating in real-world usage, we deduct its score according to the extent of the problem. But if a chip is well-optimized, we make sure to give it extra points.

We calculate the score of Performance and Features via an algorithm and then we manually add or deduct score from it based on the User Experience. By giving a particular score to its raw performance, real-world performance, chip-level optimization, and user experience, we determine the Centurion Mark. All this makes Centurion Mark the most accurate way of calculating the performance and rankings of Processors.

  • Snapdragon 810 received a heavy penalty in the score due to Throttling and Overheating Issues. We also deducted scores from Snapdragon 652, 617, and a few other Processors because of overheating.
  • Only the Processors launched after 2014 are present in the above list
  • We round off the Centurion Mark to the next significant digit

Even though 652/650 have better raw performance than 630/626/625,

630/626/625 may have compareable/better scores than 652/650 because of their Better Memory, Fabrication Technology, Modem, User Experience, and other Features.

How is Centurion Mark Calculated?

Here are the Parameters that are used to determine the Centurion Mark:

Performance & Memory

CPU Cores, CPU Frequency, Type of CPU Cores (Cortex-A53, Cortex-A72, etc), Whether a Custom Kryo Core is Used, RAW CPU Performance, Single-Core Performance, Multi-Core Performance, Number of Cores, Maximum Memory Supported, Type of Memory (LPDDR2/LPDDR3/LPDDR4/LPDDR4X), Memory Frequency, Number of Memory Channels, Digital Signal Processor.

Power Efficiency and Fast Charging

Fabrication Technology Used (28nm, 22nm, 14nm, 10nm, 7nm), Type of Transistor (FinFET), Power Efficiency of Specific CPU Cores, Optimizations, Fast Charging Support, Fast Charging technology Used (QuickCharge 2.0, QuickCharge 3.0, QuickCharge 4.0, QuickCharge 4.0+)

Graphics & Display

Graphics Processor, GPU Frequency, GPU Raw Performance, Gaming Performance, Rendering Performance, Maximum Display Resolution (UHD, QHD, 1080p, 720p).

Photography and Video

Image Sensor Processor, Maximum Camera Megapixels, Dual Camera Support, 4K Recording, and Slow-Motion Video Capture.

Connectivity

Modem, LTE Category, Maximum Download Speed, Maximum Upload Speed, VoLTE Support, Dual VoLTE Support, and Bluetooth Version.

Security and AI Features

Secure Processing Unit, Biometric Authentication, Malware Protection, and Neural Processing Engine (NPU).

User Experience

Apps Responsiveness, Lag in General Usage, Heavy Gaming Performance, Heavy MultiTasking Performance, and Battery Charging Times.

Throttling/Overheating Issues

Performance Throttling and Device Overheating in both Daily-life as well as Heavy Usage.


The list includes all the Qualcomm Processors starting from the SD 200 Series till the 800 Series. The Processors for Wearables & Embedded Systems are not included.

For detailed specifications, please visit Qualcomm’s official Website.

    Snapdragon 800 Series (Flagship)

The 800 series first appeared in the market in 2013. This series offers the best performance among all Qualcomm Processors and this series is mostly used by flagship devices. These can be found on LG V Series, Samsung Galaxy S Series, Xiaomi Mi Series, OnePlus devices, etc.

Any new feature or technology developed by Qualcomm is usually first implemented in the 800 series and later it comes to the other series. For example, the first Qualcomm Processor with 14nm FinFet was Snapdragon 820 which was launched in the last quarter of 2015. In the second quarter of 2016, Qualcomm brought this technology on 600 series with the Snapdragon 625. Then finally in 2017, Qualcomm launched SD 450 with 14nm FinFET fabrication.

To get the best performance and user experience, get a phone with the latest generation 800 Series Processors.

Name Fabrication CPU GPU Memory Modem List of Phones
Snapdragon 865+ 7nm (N7P) 7nm 1x Kryo 585 Prime at 3.1 GHz + 3x Kryo 585 Gold at 2.42 GHz + 4x Kryo 585 Silver at 1.80 GHz Adreno 650 at 645 MHz Quad-Channel LPDDR5 X55 5G Asus ROG Phone 3
Snapdragon 865 7nm (N7P) 7nm 1x Kryo 585 Prime at 2.84 GHz + 3x Kryo 585 Gold at 2.42 GHz + 4x Kryo 585 Silver at 1.80 GHz Adreno 650 at 587 MHz Quad-Channel LPDDR5 X55 5G OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, Asus Zenfone 7, Redmi K30 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra, Poco F2 Pro
Snapdragon 855+ (SM8150-AC) 7nm (N7) FinFET TSMC 1x Kryo 485 at 2.96 GHz + 3x Kryo 485 at 2.42 GHz + 4x Kryo 485 at 1.80 GHz Adreno 640 (Overclocked) with 4K UHD Display Support Quad-Channel LPDDR4X X24 LTE / X50 5G Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro, Asus ROG Phone II, OnePlus 7T & 7T Pro
Snapdragon 855 (SDM8150) 7nm FinFET TSMC 1x Kryo 485 at 2.84 GHz + 3x Kryo 485 at 2.42 GHz + 4x Kryo 485 at 1.80 GHz Adreno 640 with 4K UHD Display Support Quad-Channel LPDDR4X X24 LTE / X50 5G Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e, S10 Plus, Galaxy Fold, Mi 9, Mi Mix 3 5G, LG V50 ThinQ, Sony Xperia 1
Snapdragon 845 (SDM845) 10nm FinFET 2nd Gen 4x Kryo 385 Gold at 2.8 GHz + 4x Kryo 385 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 630 with 4K UHD Display Support Quad-Channel LPDDR4X X20 LTE OnePlus 6, Pocophone F1, Xiaomi Mi 8, Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer’s Edition, Xiaomi Black Shark, Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+, Asus ROG, Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium, LG V35 ThinQ, HTC U12+, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s, Vivo Nex S
Snapdragon 835 (MSM8998) 10nm FinFET 4x Kryo 280 at 2.45 GHz + 4x Kryo 280 at 1.9 GHz Adreno 540 with 4K UHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X16 LTE OnePlus 5, OnePlus 5T, Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+, Galaxy Note 8, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, LG V30 & V30+, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, Mi 6, Nokia 8, Essential Phone, Razer Phone, Motorola Moto Z2 Force
Snapdragon 821 (MSM8996 Pro) 14nm FinFET 2x Kryo at 2.4 GHz+ 2x Kryo at 1.6 GHz Adreno 530 with 4K UHD Display Support Quad-Channel LPDDR4 X12 LTE Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Xiaomi Mi 5s, Mi note 2, Mi Mix, OnePlus 3T, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Lenovo ZUK Edge, LG G6 & G6+, Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe
Snapdragon 820 (MSM8996) 14nm FinFET 2x Kryo at 2.2 GHz+ 2x Kryo at 1.6 GHz Adreno 530 with 4K UHD Display Support Quad-Channel LPDDR4 X12 LTE OnePlus 3, Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, Sony Xperia XZ, Moto Z, Moto Z Force, LG G5, LG V20, Vivo Xplay 6, ZTE Nubia Z11, Xiaomi Mi 5 & Mi 5 Pro, LeEco Le Max Pro
Snapdragon 810 (MSM8994) 20nm 4x Cortex-A57 at 2.0 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.6 GHz Adreno 430 with 4K UHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4 X10 LTE Sony Xperia Z5, Yu Yutopia, ZTE Nubia Axon, Xiaomi Mi Note Pro, OnePlus 2, Nexus 6P, LeTV Le Max, Motorola Droid Turbo 2
Snapdragon 808 (MSM8992) 20nm 2x Cortex-A57 at 2.0 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.4 GHz Adreno 418 with QHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4 X10 LTE Xiaomi Mi 4s, Mi 4c, Nexus 5X, Nextbit Robin, Motorola Moto X Style, LG V10, LG G4, Lenovo Vibe X3
Snapdragon 805 (APQ8084) 28nm 4x Krait 450 up to 2.7 GHz Adreno 420 with 4K UHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 X7 LTE Samsung Galaxy S5 & S5+, Galaxy Note 4, Motorola Droid Turbo, Nexus 6, LG G3
Snapdragon 801 28nm 4x Krait 400 up to 2.45 GHz Adreno 330 with 2K Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 LTE Category 4 Sony Xperia Z2, ZTE Nubia W5, Xiaomi Mi 4, Xiaomi Mi Note, ZTE Nubia Z7, ZUK Z1, Sony Xperia Z3, HTC One
Snapdragon 800 28nm 4x Krait 400 up to 2.26 GHz Adreno 330 with 2K Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 LTE Category 4 Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Lenovo Vibe Z, LG G2, Nokia Lumia 930, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S4, Xiaomi Mi 3

The Snapdragon 800, 801, 805, and 808 were excellent Processors of their time. However, the Snapdragon 810 suffered from throttling and it was unarguably the worst processor of 800 series.

With Snapdragon 820, Qualcomm came back in the game strongly and introduced Kryo Cores for the first time. They further optimized the chip with the introduction of 821. The first Snapdragon Processor manufactured with 10nm Process was 835 and with this, we saw a major performance boost. 835 uses Kryo 280 cores which are actually semi-custom Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A53 cores.

SD 845 took the performance to even great heights. They further optimized the 10nm Technology and used the Kryo 385 cores which consist of semi-custom ARM Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55 cores.

Now, we all are waiting for the upcoming Snapdragon 855 which is built on the 7nm Technology.

    Snapdragon 700 Series (High-End)

In 2018, Qualcomm announced a new series and the Snapdragon 710 was its first member. I’ve referred the Snapdragon 700 series as high-end because of its extreme performance that matches flagship processors. It fills the gap between 600 and 800 Series.

In our rankings, the Snapdragon 710 stands just below the 835 and this clearly indicates its high performance. It was actually supposed to be launched as the Snapdragon 670. But because the gap between mid-range and flagship series was filling up quickly so Qualcomm introduced a new series.

The specification as well performance of this series is top-notch and it is nearly impossible to differentiate it with an 800 series chip.

Name Fabrication CPU GPU Memory LTE Modem List of Phones
Snapdragon 768G 7nm LPP EUV 1x Kryo 475 Prime at 2.8 GHz + 1x Kryo 475 Gold at 2.2 GHz + 6x Kryo 475 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 620 Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X52 5G Redmi K30 5G Racing
Snapdragon 765G 7nm LPP EUV 1x Kryo 475 Prime at 2.4 GHz + 1x Kryo 475 Gold at 2.2 GHz + 6x Kryo 475 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 620 Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X52 5G Oppo Reno 3 Vitality
Snapdragon 765 7nm LPP EUV 1x Kryo 475 Prime at 2.3 GHz + 1x Kryo 475 Gold at 2.2 GHz + 6x Kryo 475 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 620 Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X52 5G Motorola One 5G
Snapdragon 732G 8nm FinFET 2x Kryo 470 Gold at 2.3 GHz + 6x Kryo 470 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 618 (overclocked) with QHD+ Display support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X15 LTE Poco X3
Snapdragon 730G (SM7150-AB) 8nm FinFET 2x Kryo 470 Gold at 2.2 GHz + 6x Kryo 470 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 618 (overclocked) with QHD+ Display support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X15 LTE Oppo Reno 2, Realme X2
Snapdragon 730 (SM7150-AA) 8nm FinFET 2x Kryo 470 Gold at 2.2 GHz + 6x Kryo 470 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 618 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X15 LTE Samsung Galaxy A80, Xiaomi Redmi K20, Mi 9T, Lenovo Z6
Snapdragon 720G  (SM7125) 8nm FinFET 2x Kryo 465 Gold at 2.3 GHz + 6x Kryo 465 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 618 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X15 LTE Realme 6 pro
Snapdragon 712 10nm FinFET 2x Kryo 360 Gold at 2.3 GHz + 4x Kryo 360 Silver at 1.7 GHz Adreno 616 with QHD+ Display support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X15 LTE Vivo Z1 Pro, Realme 5 Pro
Snapdragon 710 (SDM710) 10nm FinFET 2x Kryo 360 Gold at 2.2 GHz + 4x Kryo 360 Silver at 1.7 GHz Adreno 616 with QHD+ Display support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X15 LTE Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, Vivo Nex A, Meizu 16, Oppo R17 Pro

The new Kryo 360 Architecture consists of Semi-Custom ARM Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55 CPUs. The Kryo 360 Gold is a semi-custom Cortex-A75 CPU while the Kryo 360 Silver is a semi-custom Cortex-A55 CPU.

    Snapdragon 600 Series (Mid-Range)

The 600 series targets the mid-range segment and some of its processors deliver high performance while some other target efficiency. The first processor of this series (Snapdragon 600) was launched in 2013. They further improved the performance with the introduction of 610.

I’ve never been a fan of the Snapdragon 615, 616, and 617. Even though they deliver decent performance, these three processors suffered from overheating and Qualcomm finally had to bring the 14nm Fabrication in the mid-range with the launch of Snapdragon 625.

The Snapdragon 625, 626, and 630 are highly efficient Processors because of the 14nm FinFET fabrication and their raw performance is decent as well.

On the other hand, the Snapdragon 650, 652, and 653 deliver a great performance due to their Cortex-A72 Cores but they sometimes overheat on heavy usage. Snapdragon 650 and 652 first appeared as Snapdragon 618 and 620 but because of their superior performance, Qualcomm renamed them.

The Snapdragon 660 and 636 were the first processors in 600 series to use Qualcomm’s Kryo cores. They use a Kryo 260 (a semi-custom Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A53 CPU) and the 14nm Technology. This makes them deliver high-performance without any throttling issues.

Name Fabrication CPU GPU Memory LTE Modem List of Phones
Snapdragon 690 8nm LPP 2x Kryo 560 Gold at 2.0 GHz + 6x Kryo 560 Silver at 1.7 GHz Adreno 619L with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X51 5G
Snapdragon 675 (SDM675) 11nm FinFET 2x Kryo 460 Gold at 2.0 GHz + 6x Kryo 460 Silver at 1.7 GHz Adreno 612 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X12 LTE Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro
Snapdragon 670 (SDM670) 10nm FinFET 2x Kryo 360 Gold at 2.0 GHz + 6x Kryo 360 Silver at 1.7 GHz Adreno 615 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X12 LTE Vivo X23, Oppo R17
Snapdragon 665 (SM6125) 11nm FinFET 4x Kryo 260 Gold at 2.0 GHz + 4x Kryo 260 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 610 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X12 LTE Redmi Note 8, Vivo U10, Realme 5
Snapdragon 662  (SM6115) 11nm FinFET 4x Kryo 260 Gold at 2.0 GHz + 4x Kryo 260 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 610 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X11 LTE
Snapdragon 660 (SDM660) 14nm FinFET 4x Kryo 260 Gold at 2.2 GHz + 4x Kryo 260 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 512 with QHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X12 LTE Oppo R11, Oppo R11s, Sharp Aquos S2, Asus Zenfone 4, Nokia 7 Plus, Xiaomi Mi 6X, Mi Note 3, Vivo X20, Samsung Galaxy A9 Star, Mi A2, Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2
Snapdragon 636 (SDM636) 14nm FinFET 4x Kryo 260 Gold at 1.8 GHz + 4x Kryo 260 Silver at 1.6 GHz Adreno 509 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X12 LTE Xiaomi Redmi Note 5/Note 5 Pro, Nokia X6, Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1, Lenovo Z5, Moto Z3 Play
Snapdragon 632 (SDM632) 14nm FinFET 4x Kryo 250 Gold at 1.8 GHz + 4x Kryo 250 Silver at 1.8 GHz Adreno 506 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 X9 LTE Redmi Y3, Redmi 7, Moto G7 Power, Asus Zenfone Max M2
Snapdragon 653 (MSM8976 Pro) 28nm 4x Cortex-A72 at 1.95 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.4 GHz Adreno 510 with QHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 X9 LTE Oppo F3 Plus, Nubia Z17 Lite, Vivo X9 Plus, Gionee M6S Plus, Coolpad Cool Play 6
Snapdragon 652 (MSM8976) 28nm 4x Cortex-A72 at 1.8 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.4 GHz Adreno 510 with QHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 X8 LTE Xiaomi Mi Max, LeEco Le 2, LeEco Le S3, ZTE Nubia Z11 Max, Coolpad Cool 1, HTC 10 Lifestyle, Samsung Galaxy A9 & A9 Pro
Snapdragon 650 (MSM8956) 28nm 2x Cortex-A72 at 1.8 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.4 GHz Adreno 510 with QHD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 X8 LTE Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (Note 3 Pro), Xiaomi Mi Max, Sony Xperia X, and Xperia X Compact
Snapdragon 630 (SDM630) 14nm FinFET 4x Cortex-A53 at 2.2 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.8 GHz Adreno 508 with Full HD Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR4X X12 LTE Nokia 6 (2018), Nokia 7, Sharp Aquos S3, Sony Xperia XA2 & XA 2 Ultra, HTC U11 Life, Motorola Moto X4 & Moto G6 Plus, Asus Zenfone 5 Lite
Snapdragon 626 (MSM8953 Pro) 14nm FinFET 8x Cortex-A53 up to 2.2 GHz Adreno 506 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X9 LTE Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro & C7 Pro (2017), Vivo V9, 10.or G, Meizu 15 Lite, Motorola Moto Z2 Play
Snapdragon 625 (MSM8953) 14nm FinFET 8x Cortex-A53 up to 2.0 GHz Adreno 506 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X9 LTE Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (Redmi Note 4X), Redmi S2 (Redmi Y2), Mi A1, Mi Max 2, Redmi 5 Plus (Redmi Note 5), ZTE Nubia M2, Vivo V5 Plus,  Vivo X9, Samsung Galaxy C7 & Galaxy On7 (2016), Lenovo P2, Huawei Nova Plus, Motorola Moto G5 Plus & Moto G5s Plus,  Coolpad Cool M7, Asus ZenFone 3 & Zenfone 3 Deluxe, Meizu M6 Note, Huawei Nova & Nova Plus
Snapdragon 617 (MSM8952) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.5 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.2 GHz Adreno 405 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X8 LTE Motorola Moto G4 & G4 Plus, LYF Water F1, Huawei Honor 5A & Huawei G9, HTC One A9, Nubia Z11 Mini
Snapdragon 616 (MSM8939 v2) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.7 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.2 GHz Adreno 405 with QHD Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X5 LTE Xiaomi Redmi 3, Asus Zenfone 2 Laser, ZTE Axon Mini, Huawei Honor 7i, Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus
Snapdragon 615 (MSM8939) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.5 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.0 GHz Adreno 405 with QHD Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X5 LTE Xiaomi Mi 4i, Oppo R5, Yu Yureka, Moto X Play, Asus Zenfone 2 Laser, Moto G Turbo, HTC Desire 820, Lenovo Vibe P1, Asus Zenfone Selfie, Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, Samsung Galaxy A7, HTC Desire 820
Snapdragon 610 (MSM8936) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.7 GHz Adreno 405 with QHD Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X5 LTE Alcatel OneTouch Pop Up
Snapdragon 600 28nm 4x Krait 300 up to 1.9 GHz Adreno 320 with 1080p Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 External Nexus 7, HTC One & One Max, Samsung Galaxy S4, Vivo X Play, HTC Butterfly S

    Snapdragon 400 Series (Low-End)

The Snapdragon 400 Series is for low-end phones but it is good enough to deliver a lag-free experience.

The first processor from this series was launched in 2013. The most popular processors of this series are Snapdragon 400 & Snapdragon 410 and these two power more than a hundred smartphones.

412 and 415 were not that popular but the Snapdragon 425 and 430 power a lot of smartphones.

Snapdragon 435 was an upgraded variant of 430 with some slight improvements.

The Snapdragon 450 is a game-changer of this series in which the 14nm Process is used for the first time. It is actually an underclocked variant of Snapdragon 625 and the performance and features are more or less the same.

Name Fabrication CPU GPU Memory LTE Modem List of Phones
Snapdragon 460 (SM4250-AA) 11nm FinFET 4x Kryo 240 Gold up to 1.8 GHz + 4x Kryo 240 Silver Adreno 610 Dual-Channel LPDDR4x X11 LTE
Snapdragon 450 (SDM450) 14nm FinFET 8x Cortex-A53 up to 1.8 GHz Adreno 506 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X9 LTE Xiaomi Redmi 5, Asus Zenfone 5 Max, Huawei Honor 7c, Vivo V9 & V7+, Motorola Moto G6, HTC Desire 12 Plus, Samsung Galaxy A6+
Snapdragon 439 (SDM439) 12nm FinFET 4x Cortex-A53 up to 1.95 GHz + 4x Cortex-A53 up to 1.45 GHz Adreno 505 with Full HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 X6 LTE Redmi 8A, Nokia 4.2
Snapdragon 429 (SDM429) 12nm FinFET 4x Cortex-A53 up to 1.95 GHz Adreno 504 with HD+ Display Support Dual-Channel LPDDR3 X6 LTE Nokia 3.2,
Snapdragon 435 (MSM8940) 28nm 8x Cortex-A53 up to 1.4 GHz Adreno 505 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X9 LTE Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A (Redmi Y1), Redmi 4x & Redmi 4, LG Q6, Oppo A57, Huawei Y7
Snapdragon 430 (MSM8937) 28nm 8x Cortex-A53 up to 1.4 GHz Adreno 505 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X6 LTE Nokia 5, Nokia 6, Asus Zenfone 3 Laser, Xiaomi Redmi 4 & Redmi 3s, Lenovo K6, K6 Note & K6 Power, Motorola Moto G5 & G6 Play, LG Stylus 2 Plus, Huawei Nova 2 Lite
Snapdragon 427 (MSM8920) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 up to 1.4 GHz Adreno 308 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X9 LTE Motorola Moto E4 Plus
Snapdragon 425 (MSM8917) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 up to 1.4 GHz Adreno 308 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 X6 LTE Xiaomi Redmi 4A, Redmi 5A & Redmi Y1 Lite, Moto E4, Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro & Galaxy On5, Vivo Y53, Nokia 2.1
Snapdragon 415 (MSM8929) 28nm 8x Cortex-A53 up to 1.4 GHz Adreno 405 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 / LPDDR2 X5 LTE Lenovo Vibe K5, Micromax Canvas Amaze, Micromax Canvas Nitro
Snapdragon 412 (MSM8916 v2) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 up to 1.4 GHz Adreno 306 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 / LPDDR2 X5 LTE BQ Aquaris X5
Snapdragon 410 (MSM8916 / APQ8016) 28nm 4x Cortex-A53 up to 1.2 GHz Adreno 306 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 / LPDDR2 LTE Category 4 Xiaomi Redmi 2, Redmi 2 Prime & Redmi 2 Pro, Samsung Galaxy E7, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A3, Galaxy J5, Galaxy Grand Prime & Galaxy Ace Style, HTC Desire 510, Lenovo Vibe Z2, Vivo Y27, ZTE V5 Max, Motorola Moto E & Moto G, Vivo V1
Snapdragon 400 28nm 4x Cortex-A7 at 1.2 GHz or Dual-Core Krait 300 up to 1.7 GHz Adreno 305 with 1080p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR3 / LPDDR2 LTE Category 4 Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen, HTC Desire 610, Asus ZenFone 5 A500KL, Sharp Aquos Crystal, Xiaomi Redmi 1s & Redmi Note 4G, Microsoft Lumia 735, Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo, Oppo N1 mini, Nokia Lumia 625, LG Optimus F3, LG Enact, BenQ F4, Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, HTC Desire 650, LG Optimus F3, Oppo R1K, HTC Desire 816 Dual, Xolo Q1100, Nokia Lumia 830, Vivo Y22L

    Snapdragon 200 Series (Entry-Level)

The Snapdragon 200 is an entry-level series for the basic Smartphone users. Their performance is subpar but they are a good choice for the basic entry-level phones.

Name Fabrication CPU GPU Memory Fast Charging List of Phones
Snapdragon 212 (MSM8909AA) 28nm 4x Cortex-A7 at 1.3 GHz Adreno 304 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR2/LPDDR3 Nokia 2, Microsoft Lumia 650, Lenovo Yoga Tab 3
Snapdragon 210 (MSM8909) 28nm 4x Cortex-A7 at 1.1 GHz Adreno 304 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR2/LPDDR3 Quick Charge 2.0 Huawei Honor 4A, Honor Y6 (2015), HTC Desire 626s, ZTE Blade A462
Snapdragon 208 (MSM8208) 28nm 2x Cortex-A7 at 1.1 GHz Adreno 304 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR2/LPDDR3 Quick Charge 2.0
Snapdragon 205 (MSM8905) 28nm 2x Cortex-A7 at 1.1 GHz Adreno 304 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR2/LPDDR3 Nokia 8110
Snapdragon 200 45nm/28nm 4x Cortex-A5 at 1.4 GHz or 4x Cortex-A7 at 1.2 GHz Adreno 302/Adreno 203 with 720p Display Support Single-Channel LPDDR2 Quick Charge 2.0 HTC Desire 316, Desire 516, Desire 500, & Desire 600, Motorola Moto E, Nokia Lumia 530 & Lumia 535, Karbonn Titanium S1 Plus & Titanium S5, Sony Xperia E1 & E1 Dual, LG L70, LG L40, Micromax A111 Canvas Doodle, Panasonic T11, Samsung Galaxy Win

    Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What is the fastest Snapdragon processor?

Answer: Snapdragon 855+ is currently the fastest Snapdragon Processors followed by 855 & 845.

Question: Does Snapdragon 845 support 5g?

Answer: No, Snapdragon 845 does not support 5G. Snapdragon 855 & 855+ support 5G using an external modem.

Question: Which is the latest Snapdragon?

Answer: Snapdragon 855+ is the latest Snapdragon processor by Qualcomm.

Question: Which is better processor MediaTek or snapdragon?

Answer: The fastest Snapdragon Processors, 855+ outperforms the MediaTek’s fastest Helio G90T by a big margin.

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