Qualcomm Snapdragon 680

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 – an 8-core chipset that was announced on October 27, 2021, and is manufactured using a 6-nanometer process technology. It has 4 cores Kryo 265 Gold (Cortex-A73) at 2400 MHz and 4 cores Kryo 265 Silver (Cortex-A53) at 1900 MHz.

CPU Performance
Gaming Performance
Battery life
NanoReview Score


Performance tests in popular benchmarks

AnTuTu 9

The AnTuTu Benchmark measures CPU, GPU, RAM, and I/O performance in different scenarios
Qualcomm Snapdragon 680
CPU 81885
GPU 48510
Memory 64789
UX 71783
Total score 264904

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 98%
Graphics test 2 FPS
Score 443


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


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Phones with Snapdragon 680AnTuTu v9
1. Oppo Realme 9289358
2. Oppo Reno 7282039
3. Oppo F21 Pro281760
4. Xiaomi Redmi Note 11277903
5. Oppo A96276459
6. Oppo A76271116
7. Samsung Galaxy A23264904
8. Huawei Nova 9 SE252513
9. Oppo Realme 9i251471
10. Xiaomi Redmi 10C222204


Detailed specifications of the Snapdragon 680 SoC with Adreno 610 graphics


Architecture 4x 2.4 GHz – Kryo 265 Gold (Cortex-A73)
4x 1.9 GHz – Kryo 265 Silver (Cortex-A53)
Cores 8
Frequency 2400 MHz
Instruction set ARMv8-A
Process 6 nanometers


GPU name Adreno 610
Architecture Adreno 600
GPU frequency 600 MHz
Execution units 2
Shading units 96
Vulkan version 1.1
OpenCL version 2.0
DirectX version 12


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

Multimedia (ISP)

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


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


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


Tech 03 May 2022 19:10
It's it better than helio g96?
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Poteto 06 May 2022 09:37
No, but it’s a lot more efficient. Neither of the two is good for gaming. They have copied chip shortage “new” chips.
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Tech 14 January 2022 15:52
It's like an upgraded snapdragon 665 because of its higher clock speed and the new 6-nanometer chipset.
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Bruh69 20 January 2022 16:30
Eh, it's still the same. The only change I noticed is that it's not consuming too much battery and higher clock speed like you said. I expected to have 5G support and upgraded GPU but not this. I'm kinda disappointed that Qualcomm just rebrand the old chipset just for marketing. You can't just recycle everything bruh.
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Brakille 13 April 2022 17:32
Bruh69, It is not just rebranded. You said it yourself they use 6 nm instead of 11 nm which is a big jump. It uses old a73/a53 cores and that's a little odd, but the chip is probably 70 % smaller and uses at least half the power. In theory, this should be extremely powered efficient and yet about 15-20% faster than 662. I have 662 on my tablet and never had a hick-up with that device. It is reliable and powerful enough for the right group of users.
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Poteto 06 May 2022 09:41
Brakille, I had a 680 for a few days and it is definitely an overachiever for ~150 bucks devices, I just feel like if it used a75-76/a55 it would be so much better. The current design is probably a safe one for extremely high yields during chip shortages.
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