Not long ago, Qualcomm officially listed the next important meeting schedule, which shows that this year’s Snapdragon technology Summit is scheduled to be held from November 14 to 17, as usual, Qualcomm’s new generation flagship processor Snapdragon 8 Gen2 will be released at this summit.
The first Snapdragon 8 Gen2 phones are scheduled to be released after the Snapdragon Summit, tentatively in the second half of November, according to digital blogger “Digital Chat Station” today, adding that the initial vendors are still on track.
According to revelations, Snapdragon 8 Gen2 uses “1+2+2+3” eight-core architecture design, and Snapdragon 8+ “1+3+4” architecture comparison, the former more than a large core, less than a small core.
In addition, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 has been upgraded to both supercore and large core. The supercore is upgraded to ARM Cortex X3, two large cores are upgraded to Cortex A720, and two large cores are Cortex A710 and the GPU is Adreno 740.
It is worth mentioning that the Mi 13 series will most likely be the first model with the chip, which will also be officially released in November.
Not long ago, the registered models of MI 13 have appeared in the EEC certification database, including 2210132G and 2210133G. Other than the model number, no other information has been released.
As previously revealed, Mi 13 series has two screen solutions, the standard version has a straight screen with 1080P resolution, while the Pro version has a curved screen with 2K resolution. Both models have a mid-hole design, and the Mi 13 series has a narrower bezel due to the new packaging technology.