The year 2018 is approaching the end and as such, we must start thinking of 2019. In order for the first tops of the year to reach the market in the first months, it is necessary to develop a new processor. This may become known as Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150.
If we take 2017 example, then the next top SoC of the American will be revealed even before the end of this year. In fact, it was in December 2017 that we officially got to know the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
As such, by this time, the semiconductor company will be already in advanced process of development of its new top-of-the-range processor. The main guidelines will be well defined, with some details to be finalized.
Proof of this are the first information that already make themselves read by the usual means. In fact, this is not the first time you hear about this new processor and some news are on the way.
Snapdragon 8150 will be Qualcomm’s 2019 flagship phone chip
Therefore, the main novelty, and the one that will be noticed more quickly, is precisely in the nomenclature of this SoC. According to the latest data, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 may be the chosen name.
The latest track comes from the Bluetooth certification granted to this new SoC. This entity has already given its positive opinion to the new processor of Qualcomm. In the details of the operation can be read Qualcomm SM8150.
The same document reveals to us that this new SoC will be compatible with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. In addition, there is much more to remove from the information that has come to the public today.
It should be noted that, just a few days ago, another proof appeared that indicates to us the same designation. This can be found in the Samsung Experience 10 source code, based on Android Pie.
Also there we saw the allusion to a Snapdragon 8150 and that, certainly, will be one of the hearts of the next tops of range of the South Korean company. This will be the chosen one for some selected markets, whereas a new SoC Exynos will arrive in Europe, for example.
As everyone waited for the arrival of the Snapdragon 850, behold the company should change the turns. It remains to be seen what are the reasons for a further change in the designation of North American processors.