Top 10 Hot Android Processors in 2016


In 2016, smartphone processors are quite hot such as Apple A10, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, Samsung Exynos 8890, Huawei Kirin 960, Mediatek Helio X25, and so on, they are all top processors, so which one is the most popular?

According to Antutu test database, it has made conclusion about 2016 annual Android chipset popularity. Let’s see more in details.

Qualcomm Snapdragon has got the first top 6 rank in top 10, Snapdragon 820 has become the flagship standard, accounting for 12.06%. Snapdragon 801 accounts for 8.46% to get the second rank. Snapdragon 615, 616 are the favorite ones for those mid-range, and low-end models to get third rank. Snapdragon 650 also got the fourth rank, due to Redmi Note 3 using this kind of processor, which has been popular around the world.

As for top 5, it is Helio X10 processor, second to Snapdragon 650 , so for mid-range market, it has got highly recognition.

Exynos 7420 has got top 6 relying on Galaxy Note 5, S6, S6 Edge and other models, and Meizu Pro 5 also uses this processor.

Snapdragon 800, Snapdragon 810, Snapdragon 652,653 and Snapdragon 410,412 have also enjoyed within top 10 rank. Snapdragon 800 series once was the flagship chipset, but with market changes, the price of smartphones has been dropped, so it will attract more mid-range users to buy.



This year mid-range chipset like Snapdragon 652, 653 got lower rank, with more and more smartphones using this kind of processor, the users of this processors will increase in 2017.


In addition, Snapdragon 821 starts to produce from September, 2016 gradually. The number only accounts for 1.89% to get the top 18. Huawei Kirin 950 accounts for 1.8% to get top 19.

As for top 11 to top 20, Helio X20 accounts for 3.06%, Samsung Exynos 8890 accounts for 3.01%, Mediatek MT6752 accounts for 2.78%, Snapdragon 808 accounts for 2.46%, Mediatek MT6753 accounts for 2.4%, Mediatek Helio P10 accounts for 2.16%, Mediatek MT6735 1.98%, Kirin 950 1.8%, and Snapdragon 805 accounts for 1.66%.



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