Snapdragon 695 vs Snapdragon 680

We compared two 8-core processors: Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 (with Adreno 619 graphics) and Snapdragon 680 (Adreno 610). Here you will find the pros and cons of each chip, technical specs, and comprehensive tests in benchmarks, like AnTuTu and Geekbench.


General comparison of performance, power consumption, and other indicators
CPU Performance
Single and multi-core processor tests
Gaming Performance
GPU performance in games and OpenCL/Vulcan
Battery life
Efficiency of battery consumption
NanoReview Score
Overall chip score

Key Differences

Main differences and advantages of each chip
Pros of Qualcomm Snapdragon 695
  • Shows significantly better (up to 49%) AnTuTu 9 score – 400K vs 268K
Pros of Qualcomm Snapdragon 680
  • Higher GPU frequency (~33%)
  • 9% higher CPU clock speed (2400 vs 2200 MHz)
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Performance tests in popular benchmarks

AnTuTu 9

The AnTuTu Benchmark measures CPU, GPU, RAM, and I/O performance in different scenarios
CPU 119437 81885
GPU 99927 48510
Memory 68799 64789
UX 111775 71783
Total score 400932 268528

GeekBench 5

The GeekBench test shows raw single-threaded and multithreaded CPU performance
Single-Core Score
Multi-Core Score


A cross-platform benchmark that assesses graphics performance in Vulkan (Metal)
3DMark Wild Life Performance
Stability 99% 99%
Graphics test 7 FPS 2 FPS
Score 1202 443


Table of average FPS and graphics settings in mobile games
PUBG Mobile 66 FPS
59 FPS
Call of Duty: Mobile 60 FPS
60 FPS
Fortnite 24 FPS
23 FPS
Shadowgun Legends 67 FPS
65 FPS
World of Tanks Blitz 57 FPS
62 FPS
Genshin Impact 19 FPS
26 FPS
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang 42 FPS
54 FPS
Device Xiaomi Poco X4 Pro
1080 x 2400
Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
1080 x 2400
We provide average results. FPS may differ, depending on game version, OS and other factors.


Full list of technical specifications of Snapdragon 695 and Snapdragon 680


Architecture 2x 2.2 GHz – Kryo 660 Gold (Cortex-A78)
6x 1.7 GHz – Kryo 660 Silver (Cortex-A55)
4x 2.4 GHz – Kryo 265 Gold (Cortex-A73)
4x 1.9 GHz – Kryo 265 Silver (Cortex-A53)
Cores 8 8
Frequency 2200 MHz 2400 MHz
Instruction set ARMv8.2-A ARMv8.2-A
Process 6 nanometers 6 nanometers


GPU name Adreno 619 Adreno 610
Architecture Adreno 600 Adreno 600
GPU frequency 840 MHz 1114 MHz
Execution units - 2
Shading units 128 96
FLOPS 536 Gigaflops -
Vulkan version 1.1 1.1
OpenCL version 2.0 2.0
DirectX version 12 12


Memory type LPDDR4X LPDDR4X
Memory frequency 2133 MHz 2133 MHz
Bus 2x 16 Bit 2x 16 Bit
Max bandwidth 17 Gbit/s 17 Gbit/s
Max size 8 GB 8 GB

Multimedia (ISP)

Neural processor (NPU) Hexagon 686 Hexagon 686
Storage type eMMC 5.1, UFS 2.2 eMMC 5.1, UFS 2.2
Max display resolution 2520 x 1080 2520 x 1080
Max camera resolution 1x 108MP, 2x 16MP 1x 64MP, 2x 16MP
Video capture 1K at 60FPS 1K at 60FPS
Video playback 1080p at 60FPS 1080p at 60FPS
Video codecs H.264, H.265, VP8, VP9 H.264, H.265, VP8, VP9
Audio codecs AAC, AIFF, CAF, MP3, MP4, WAV AIFF, CAF, MP3, MP4, WAV


Modem Snapdragon X51 X11
4G support LTE Cat. 18 LTE Cat. 13
5G support Yes No
Download speed Up to 800 Mbps Up to 390 Mbps
Upload speed Up to 210 Mbps Up to 150 Mbps
Wi-Fi 5 5
Bluetooth 5.2 5.1
Navigation GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, QZSS, SBAS, NAVIC GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, QZSS, SBAS, NAVIC


Announced October 2021 October 2021
Class Mid range Mid range
Model number SM6375 SM6225
Official page Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 official site Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 official site

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Please give your opinion on the comparison of Snapdragon 680 and Snapdragon 695, or ask any questions
ReCursive 24 June 2022 23:28
Can anyone explain these single core results to me please . I'm completely confused by them :|
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Andreas 11 September 2022 13:24
A processor has 8 cores. Single core performance is the performance of one core, multicore performance is the performance of all cpu cores combined.
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Boiboi 15 December 2022 15:01
Many (or most) applications are incapable of effectively using several cores. A lot of loads is usually placed on a single core. So single-core performance is important to consider when looking at CPU performance and should be looked at with multi-core in order to make a good judgment on the chip's performance.
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