In previous years, Qualcomm has introduced its new flagship chipset during the first weekend of December. The new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is expected to be unveiled at the Snapdragon Summit, which has been set for November 14-17 on the official website of the San Diego chip maker.
Even though it’s possible that this was a false flag operation, we’re still holding out hope that the chip will be released in November. It would then open the door for other manufacturers, like as Xiaomi and Motorola, to release phones powered by the new technology.
We think it was an honest mistake on the part of the California office of Qualcomm to announce the Hawaii summit date five months in advance. We still have time for the SM8550 platform mystery to be solved by the rumor mill. Early speculation pointed to an out-of-the-ordinary 1+2+2+3 CPU configuration consisting of one Cortex-X3 core, two Cortex-A720 cores, two A710 cores, and three A510 cores.