Qualcomm has not officially revealed which will be the successor to the Snapdragon 845, but according to Qualcomm China on Weibo, we will soon know it, to be more exact, on December 4 it will make its official presentation within the celebration of the Summit of Technology in Hawaii, as you may have known mysmartprice.
Everything indicates that it will be called Snapdragon 8150 and not Snapdragon 855 as originally thought, and even be manufactured in a 7nm process, offering performance on par with the new Huawei Kirin 980, presented months ago. In addition, also bet on a three-level architecture, like the Kirin 980 or even the Exynos 9820 from Samsung.
In this sense, you will have a high-performance core with a clock frequency of 2.84Ghz. It is followed by three medium cores with a clock frequency of 2.4Ghz, and finally, four efficient small cores that will have a clock frequency of 1.78Ghz.
As it happens, the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 will continue to be outperformed by the performance of Apple's Apple A12 and A12X Bionic chipsets, according to the scores found in Geekbench, but according to AnTuTu, it gets the highest benchmark.
What end users can expect from the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 is increased performance and increased energy efficiency. The new Qualcomm SoC is expected to be available in the next flagships to be launched over the next year.