There isn’t a clear definition of what “Android’s iPhone” may look or feel like. Still, when we think of the iPhone, we imagine polished and consistent software & hardware experience, fast processing, and reliable battery life. all working in harmony.

As of now, many Android smartphones were “supposed to” reach Apple’s level of performance & efficiency, but none of them have managed to come close… Perhaps the most recent Android smartphones I wanted to call “Android’s iPhone” were the Pixel 6 & Pixel 7  mostly because Google has total control over the hardware and software of the smartphones (just as a Apple).

Unfortunately for us (as a Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro user), rather than make them Android’s Apple phones, Google’s Samsung made Tensor chips turned out to be what holds the Pixels back from being as powerful and efficient as possible. But thank_fully, there’s Qualcomm!
The Snapdragon chipmaker took on a big marketing over haul when launching the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset back in the mid 2021. I say ” marketing overhaul ” since, despite owning a new name, the 8 Gen 1 wasn’t really a notice-able step up from the Snapdragon 888. outstandingly, though, the Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 was !

Qualcomm’s mid cycle refresh for 2022 made a huge difference in efficiency for smartphones with small batteries and big displays, as a  Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, compared with their predecessors, and now the brand new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is here to take this to a all new level!

Android users, this might be the best chip we’ve ever had, and Samsung promises to make it even better!

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There isn’t a clear definition of what “Android’s iPhone” may look or feel like. Still, when we think of the iPhone, we imagine polished and consistent software & hardware experience, fast processing, and reliable battery life. all working in harmony.

As of now, many Android smartphones were “supposed to” reach Apple’s level of performance & efficiency, but none of them have managed to come close… Perhaps the most recent Android smartphones I wanted to call “Android’s iPhone” were the Pixel 6 & Pixel 7  mostly because Google has total control over the hardware and software of the smartphones (just as a Apple).

Unfortunately for us (as a Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro user), rather than make them Android’s Apple phones, Google’s Samsung made Tensor chips turned out to be what holds the Pixels back from being as powerful and efficient as possible. But thank_fully, there’s Qualcomm!
The Snapdragon chipmaker took on a big marketing over haul when launching the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset back in the mid 2021. I say ” marketing overhaul ” since, despite owning a new name, the 8 Gen 1 wasn’t really a notice-able step up from the Snapdragon 888. outstandingly, though, the Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 was !

Qualcomm’s mid cycle refresh for 2022 made a huge difference in efficiency for smartphones with small batteries and big displays, as a  Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, compared with their predecessors, and now the brand new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is here to take this to a all new level!

Android users, this might be the best chip we’ve ever had, and Samsung promises to make it even better!

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