Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 debuts, coming to devices this month

17 March 2023
Qualcomm is skipping two Snapdragon 7 series releases and goes straight to the SD7+ Gen 2.

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NOK6600, 19 Mar 2023https://nanoreview.net/en/soc-list/rating go and see you... moreLol, you are linking a nanoreview rating when the SD7+Gen2 hasnt even released yet back then. Now go refresh it since its essentially released, its now rated at 1Million Antutu score which is amazing (which confirms that it is indeed an underclocked SD8+Gen1).

Go eat rocks. You are so bad lol. I hate people that judge an unreleased processor by using Nanoreview. Never make early assumptions unless you have ACTUAL proof.

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    • Nolan
    • 7t}
    • 11 hours ago

    Lol, a nerfed and underclocked 8G1/8+G1. These clowns will never learn. So another stretch of Mediatek mid-range/upper-mid-range is now confirmed, great going Qualcomm 🤣

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      • Anonymous
      • XTA
      • 21 Mar 2023

      Kostas Gangstar, 20 Mar 2023I was genuinely like one step away from buying my first eve... morehere the benchmark

      https://hothardware.com/reviews/qualcomm-snapdragon-7-gen-2-benchmarks-testing-qualcomms-latest-premium-mid-range-chip

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        • Kostas Gangstar
        • iAE
        • 20 Mar 2023

        I was genuinely like one step away from buying my first ever expensive phone reaching around 1k euros with a sd8gen2 because from what I see it's finally a great flagship Snapdragon successor after the disappointment Scamsung brought to us with 888 and sd8gen1 and it also brings Ray Tracing which I know isn't used in games yet but it could be a matter of time before it is.
        But this sd7gen2 plus sounds like something that came from a fantasy world, it's literally a 7xx series getting around 1 million AnTuTu and since it's made by TMSC it should be both powerful and efficient and who knows maybe it will be found in 400€ phones. Now imagine if it's also available in a phone with something called a SD card slot which is nearly extinct despite being so useful! I seriously don't know what to do and I hate waiting but what I know for sure sd7gen2 plus could be a serious game changer if what we get is as crazy as what's written on paper

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          • Anonymous
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          • 20 Mar 2023

          NOK6600, 18 Mar 2023nanorieviww already test it .. this chip only on par wit... moreGeekerwan already reviewed it too.
          It's a bit slower than 8Gen1
          But it's way above Dimensity 8200.

          Anyway,
          We, as the customer, is the winner.
          We will get a good mid-range / flagship killer with affordable price.

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            • Anonymous
            • mpg
            • 20 Mar 2023

            Looks faster than the exynos 2200 cpu wise at least
            Performance shouldn't throttle much at least if its a mid range chip but is pretty powerful

              Hemedans, 17 Mar 2023 If you have more resolution and gpu power the more bandwid... moreAh thats a good point, I didn't even think about that. So the bottleneck isn't the bandwidth for it to be beneficial if you upgrade it.

                no node size specified? if it is then why do i need to go other websites to find out...

                  Techgeek91, 18 Mar 2023What will be the performance when compare to sd 888?Sd888 is better but it heats a lot and consume a lot of power this could be a stable one

                    lordofdrink, 18 Mar 2023It is similar with sd870/865+ , but much more efficient wit... moreYes it's sd 860 same ai used but gpu is not that good adreno 618 it has and adreno 640 sd860 have

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                      • Anonymous
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                      • 19 Mar 2023

                      potato4k, 18 Mar 2023Does this matter? OEMs will just keep using SD695 anyway. Qualcomm always impose shelf life for their chipset, so don't expect to see 695 to be keep using for a long time.

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                        • Anonymous
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                        • 19 Mar 2023

                        chocowii, 18 Mar 2023If these phones doesnt come with head phone jack and a sdca... moreBut you won't find a lot of SD 8 phones with headphone jack and microSD card slot. At the moment, Sony is your only choice.

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                          • Anonymous
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                          • 19 Mar 2023

                          NOK6600, 18 Mar 2023nanorieviww already test it .. this chip only on par wit... more"The information below is partially based on leaks and rumors. We will update this page as we receive more accurate data."

                          Don't get too excited. We aren't see any phones with that chipset yet.

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                            • Anonymous
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                            • 19 Mar 2023

                            Anonymous, 18 Mar 2023wrong this chip rebrand from sd 8+ gen 1 with underclocked ... moreYou trust Twitter leaks? Please, get a life.

                              Anonymous, 18 Mar 2023wrong this chip rebrand from sd 8+ gen 1 with underclocked ... morehttps://nanoreview.net/en/soc-list/rating

                              go and see yourself ....

                                Wow.
                                That’s amazing. It’s the same degree of upgrade we saw when Qualcomm made the upgrade from the special QSD 768G+ to the lowly QSD 778. As a reference; that previous midrange could barely compete against the ancient QSD 845, with most of its variants being even slower, to a newer midrange chipset which was outperforming the QSD 855, a legendary chipset that was a heel-toe behind the then-flagship QSD 888 chipset. That was a huge upgrade for midrange, and this is the same thing happening.

                                It seems Dimensity chipsets were getting pretty competitive there, hence Qualcomm has stepped up. For those that didn’t understand, this is the new “flagship grade” chipset. It’s great to see this performance and efficiency for customers, as a midrange/cheaper/better value.

                                It should outperform an overclocked QSD 870, which I used to call “flagship grade”. All the while, this shouldn’t have any throttling issues like we saw with the QSD 888, QSD 88+, or it’s newer cousin the dreaded QC 8g1.

                                This is essentially the same chipset as the QC 8g1+ but it’s clocked 10% lower. RIP the Sony Xperia 5 mk IV (pretty poor thermals). I would call this superior to the standard QC 8g1, and hesitate to call the QC 8g1+ an upgrade from this... ditto for the new QC 8g2 as well. The only reason to NOT get this chipset would be because of the QC 8g3 in 2024 which is an upcoming new standard, and a huge upgrade for Android devices.

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                                  Techgeek91, 18 Mar 2023What will be the performance when compare to sd 888?It is similar with sd870/865+ , but much more efficient with battery.

                                    If these 7+gen2 phones comes cheaper than the old 8+gen1 phones then its a win.

                                      What will be the performance when compare to sd 888?

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                                        • Anonymous
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                                        • 18 Mar 2023

                                        Digdigfig, 17 Mar 2023I seriously doubt it will be more powerful than SD888 or on... moreno they will not destroy its win for them and then what they will blame samsung fab because overheating🤑.
                                        and user will buy this new cpu like it or not 🤑