The giant United States based giant semiconductor and mobile modem manufacturer Qualcomm itself has confirmed the arrival of Snapdragon 845 in a lump error and it is that in the lawsuit filed against the tech giant Apple are listed all the products of the firm that are subject to copyright.
Qualcomm Lists The Snapdragon 845 In Its Patent Documents
The Qualcomm headquarters in San Diego should be a hive. The giant United States based giant semiconductor and mobile modem manufacturer Qualcomm does not win for claims.
On one hand, the one that just presented Intel and on the other the most important, the one that holds against the tech giant Apple. It is the one that concerns the iPhone that has motivated that Qualcomm goal a goal in own goal confirming the existence of Snapdragon 845.
This processor should be the most powerful of 2019, at least if Qualcomm continues to maintain the series of names that it gives to its chips. It is true that before we will see the 836, the processor that assumes an intermediate step in autumn, the role that last year played the 821.
It has been the company itself that has confirmed the arrival of Snapdragon 845 in a lump error and it is that in the lawsuit filed against the tech giant Apple are listed all the products of the firm that are subject to copyright.
However, the list contains many products, but, among all of them, there is a section that lists several processors as well and the most interesting thing about those are that there is one mysterious processor listed which is named as “SDM845”.
Among the others mentioned, they all sound to us, or almost all. The only one who initially seemed to realize was the journalist Roland Quandt, who warned on Twitter about the error of Qualcomm mentioning products that, despite being registered, have not yet been unveiled.
Not that this news is going to cause a crisis in the Californian company. It was expected that the next generation of mobile SoC would be lead by the Snapdragon 845. At least have not filtered the characteristics of what will surely be the processor of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the rest of high-end devices next year.
The problem that drives this and other companies to get involved in million dollar litigation is the very high cost of each of these components. Innovating in technology is tremendously expensive, as we all could see if we once visited Qualcomm’s headquarters. In this firm does not skimp on expenses when developing software and hardware, reason enough to try to protect their patents in court.
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