Adding to the list of enchantments in the question, strong protection against magical tampering might be involved. Of course, Dumbledore obviously does perform magic on the snitch, but well, he's Dumbledore from which it follows that it is tough to tamper with a Snitch if one is not Albus Dumbledore.
"... This Snitch” — he held up the tiny golden ball — “will remember your touch, Potter. It occurs to me that Dumbledore, who had prodigious magical skill, whatever his other faults, might have enchanted this Snitch so that it will open only for you.”
-- Rufus Scrimgeour, The Will of Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows
There is no other case of anyone being able to tamper with a Snitch. If it were possible, I'm pretty sure Scrimgeour, with the power of the Ministry behind him, and being a pretty powerful wizard himself would've cracked the Snitch open as he we know he most likely tried to do.
"... So is this what you’ve been doing, Minister, shut up in your office, trying to break open a Snitch?..."
-- Harry Potter, The Will of Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Also, its pretty obvious that snitches had anti-collision jinxes -- A more specialised one, where the snitch couldn't fly into something, but something, say a Seeker's hand could collide with it. Catch it, I mean. -- If you take the first book / movie into account, the Snitch 'pulls' out of a dive and flattens out its trajectory over the grounds of the Quidditch pitch. This isn't mentioned in the books, but only in the movie, but taking the movies as canon (a little, at least), and that she was okay with the snitch not flying into the field.
I'm not really sure about this, but its mostly been indicated by the books that the Snitch usually doesn't leave the Quidditch pitch, except maybe upwards -- In the movie Prisoner of Azkaban, not the book. In the movie, we see Harry going up pretty high into the Dementor swarm, following the Snitch. In the book, it's only about 50 feet, so this attribute of the Snitch is debatable -- during a Quidditch match. But it can be taken out of the pitch boundaries, in a box, or it could be stolen.
“Me too,” said James. He put his hand in his pocket and took out a struggling Golden Snitch.
“Where’d you get that?”
“Nicked it,” said James casually.
-- James Potter / Sirius Black, Snape's Worst Memory, Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix
This seems like a pretty awesome bit of magic to me, if there is magic here. -- The very non-existence of any written content mentioning the snitch leaving the Quidditch Grounds is proof I suppose
It probably has an anti-freezing jinx? I don't think it freezes in the 3rd book in the presence of the Dementors. Don't know if this qualifies as magic though -- Again, there is no mention of the Snitch freezing or frosting up near Dementors and the movie also seems to accept that
Also, I think a Snitch might be adapting itself to the level of Quidditch being played. Maybe. It seems kinda intuitive to me, that a Snitch might behave differently when played in school and in another way in international matches. Magic? This could be explained by citing the superior skills of the international players as well as their top-of-the-line broomsticks. Taking this into account, it isn't too much of a stretch to assume that the Snitch flies faster, takes sharper turns and is much more random in it's movement that in Hogwarts matches.
Also, as mentioned in one of the comments, Felix Felicis and it's effects on the Snitch, if any . This is an unclear situation. The only concrete evidence we have of the potion being used is when Ron uses it -- or thinks he does, at least -- and he goes nowhere near the Snitch. Slughorn does mention Felix being illegal in competitions, which probably includes Quidditch.
“Now, I must give you warning that Felix Felicis is a banned substance in organized competitions … sporting events, for instance, examinations, or elections. So the winner is to use it on an ordinary day only … and watch how that ordinary day becomes extraordinary!
-- *Horace Slughorn(, The Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince
This implies that the potion might have an effect on the Snitch, or maybe just on the Seeker's ability to catch it which really doesn't have anything to with the actually working of the snitch.