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Camera shootout: Pixel 5 vs the best Android camera phones

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Why Google chose the Snapdragon 765G for the Pixel 5

The Google Pixel 5 forgoes a flagship processor in favour of the mid-range Snapdragon 765G. Let's look at why.
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Snapdragon 765G vs Snapdragon 865: How will the Pixel 5 stack up?

Does the Snapdragon 765G offer the performance and features to power a flagship like the Google Pixel 5?
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Tested: The OnePlus Nord beats the 7T Pro at sustained performance

Can the OnePlus Nord provide enthusiasts with a high-performing experience on a budget? Remarkably, yes.
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More evidence appears suggesting Google Pixel 5 will have a mid-range processor

If this ends up being true, it would be the first mainline Pixel without a Snapdragon 800-series processor.
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Qualcomm announces Quick Charge 3 Plus with faster charging and affordability

Quick Charge 3 Plus is on its way, with Snapdragon 765 and 765G devices being the first to support the new tech.
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A 192MP phone could be revealed as soon as next month

Thought 108MP cameras were overkill for a smartphone?
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A ‘mid-range’ Pixel 5 actually makes total sense

Picture a Pixel 5 starting from $800 in a sea of $1,000+ flagships.
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Qualcomm will let you update GPU drivers via the Play Store

GPU drivers are usually packaged with system updates, but this approach should be much faster.
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Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 and 765G bring 5G to the masses

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 and 765G offer 5G and cutting edge AI capabilities without the premium price tag.
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