A family of SoC chips (systems-on-chip) from Qualcomm that is used in Android smartphones and other products. Introduced in 2007, the popular Snapdragon chips are powered by Qualcomm's Kryo CPUs (ARM Cortex) and Adreno GPU (graphics processing unit). Snapdragon SoCs are used in smartphones by Samsung, OnePlus, LG, Sony, ZTE and other manufacturers. See Qualcomm
In 2020, Qualcomm introduced the Snapdragon 888 SoC. Packed with specialized circuits, the sensing hub is a low-power AI processor that detects activities and audio events.