When announcing the financial results, Qualcomm provided very relevant details, such as that your CPUs manufactured by NUVIA, company acquired last yearwill arrive on the first Windows 11 computers end of 2023.
According to the company, it was satisfied with the commercial and enterprise designs of Windows 11 systems based on the latest Snapdragon 8CX Gen 3. It then discussed the NUVIA-designed processor, stating that “it’s going to be fine for the level of performance… the development is on the right track, and we hope to have it by the end of 2023Obviously, no concrete details were mentioned at this performance.
What we do know is that its partners will begin to receive the first units to test their equipment. in the second half of this yearit is therefore quite possible that at the end of the year we will find the first performance tests.
“We are encouraged by the widespread interest in our upcoming products, which utilize our industry-leading processors designed by our NUVIA team. We continue to drive the inevitable transition to ARM-based computing and redefine the future of productivity. mobile.”
Unfortunately, if you want to know more details, we have to go back to the data provided by the company last year, where it was promised Superior performance per watt consumed compared to x86 solutions from AMD and Inteland it should be remembered that NUVIA processors are based on the ARM architectureso really the x86 architecture won’t just have to worry about processors anymore silicone appleand it’s Qualcomm that’s going to take a huge leap forward in performance by following in the Bitten Apple’s footsteps.
It should also be remembered that in August 2020, before being acquired by Qualcomm, NUVIA mentioned the performance of its Phoenix processor in Geekbench 5, where it easily outperformed SoCs like the Apple A13 or the Snapdragon 865.