Home DBM.Today Android News Qualcomm verifies Zenfone 7 and more upcoming Snapdragon 865 phones

Qualcomm verifies Zenfone 7 and more upcoming Snapdragon 865 phones

Qualcomm verifies Zenfone 7 and more upcoming Snapdragon 865 phones

Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 in hand frontQualcomm Snapdragon 865 in hand front

We currently understand that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset will power most Android flagship phones this year. The very first batch of 865 phones are currently out there, consisting of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series, Xiaomi’s Mi 10 series, and the Sony Xperia 1 II.Now, Qualcomm has actually verified a lot of brand-new mobile phones headed to the market with its flagship SoC in tow.The chipmaker has launched a list of 16 smart devices that have actually been announced or are coming soon based upon the Snapdragon 865 platform. The list validates the presence and/or names of gadgets like the Asus ROG Phone 3 and Zenfone 7.

Here’s the total lineup of Snapdragon 865 phones supplied by Qualcomm, alongside their existing launch status.Black Shark 3– Launching

  • on March 3 FCNT arrows 5G- TBA iQOO 3
  • — Announced Legion Gaming Phone– TBA Nubia RedMagic 5G– TBA OPPO Find X2– Launching
  • on March 6 Realme X50 Pro– Announced Redmi K30 Pro– Launching in March ROG Phone 3– TBA
  • Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra– Announced
  • Sharp Aquos R5G— Announced
  • Sony Xperia 1 II— Announced Vivo Apex 2020
  • Concept Phone– Announcement on February 28Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro– Announced Zenfone 7– TBA ZTE Axon 10s Pro– Announced
  • Besides announcing this list, Qualcomm has exposed that there are over 70 phones announced or in advancement
  • based upon the Snapdragon 865.”Additionally, more than 1,750 styles have
  • been announced or are in development based on our Snapdragon 8-series mobile platforms, “the company stated in a press release.So what’s your preferred or most eagerly expected Snapdragon 865 phone from the abovementioned list? Let us understand your ideas in the comments section listed below. More posts about Qualcomm