Most android phones these days have octa-core processors that are capable of handling demanding tasks while being power-efficient. Here are the best options to pick.
Smartphones these days need to be very powerful as they are a pandora's box of data, information, applications and more. To power all your needs and requirements, a smartphone with an octa-core processor is a great bet. Such processors are quick to handle multiple tasks while also being power-efficient. Most of the Android phones today have octa-core or 8 core chipsets and we have curated a list of some of the best options available across different segments.
This is a flagship smartphone from Samsung which offers a good all-round set of features. The cameras, display, speaker, build quality and software are all flagship grade and make for a very smooth and intuitive user experience. This is also in part thanks to the 2.9 GHz Exynos 2100 octa core processor which keeps performance and applications snappy and responsive. It is backed by 8GB of RAM which is enough to handle multitasking. The processor also ensures a long lasting battery life as it is optimized for all day performance without taxing it out. The display is a 6.2-inch AMOLED panel that supports 120Hz refresh rate and is also HDR compliant.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE brings flagship features to a phone that doesn’t cost that much. This smartphone comes with a 6.5-inch AMOLED FHD+ display that supports 120Hz refresh rate and is also HDR compliant. To keep the phone running up to your expectations, there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 octa-core processor, which is good for gaming, general everyday usage, photography and a host of other smartphone use cases. The phone has three cameras at the back and offers decent picture and video quality.
Here is a mid-range smartphone which has 8GB of RAM, an octa-core processor, a triple camera setup and a fast screen, all of which combine together to provide the user a highly efficient experience. The octa-core processor is a Snapdragon 870, which is quite fast and offers a flagship-grade mobile experience. The processor is efficient which means that it conserves battery even as it provides you top notch performance in applications and games. If you have a lot of applications and data on your phone, the 128GB storage should be good enough to store it all securely. The phone comes with a deft gaming mode with innovative features like game frame interpolation that go a long way in enhancing your gaming experience.
In every way you look at this smartphone, it is a great bang for your buck. The Redmi Note 10 max gives you a 108-megapixel primary shooter at the back, which is highly useful in low light situations. Not just that, in perfect light, it can offer some of the most sharp images on a phone. The camera performance is also ably bolstered by the octa-core processor on board, which is a Snapdragon 732G – this helps keep the camera and all round performance snappy. The smartphone has a 120Hz 6.6-inch screen and is a great option for gaming. It’s missing 5G connectivity, though.