Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Qualcomm set to bring out its competitor for Apple’s M1 in late 2023

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Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon said during a quarterly earnings call this week that the development of the company’s next Arm-based notebook CPU, which Nuvia is developing, is on schedule. Qualcomm, on the other hand, anticipates it to arrive in late 2023, more than a year after the previously announced release date.

Qualcomm purchased Nuvia in March 2021 in order to gain a competitive advantage over Apple’s M-series CPUs in the laptop CPU market. That July, the company said that a Nuvia-designed laptop CPU would be available in 2022.

The snapdragon creator told PCWorld during the results call that their plan has remained constant since its November announcement. It said the Nuvia processor will be sampled in 2022 and goods based on it would be released in 2023. Qualcomm clarified that Amon’s reference to 2023 was in reference to product launches. Either this was always the plan, or the postponement happened last fall.

Qualcomm and Nuvia may wind up sampling their CPU immediately before the release of Apple’s next-generation CPUs

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Apple is likely to release numerous M2-powered gadgets this year, with the M3 following next year. Qualcomm looks to have inserted a delay into its Nuvia ambitions, as the claimed release of Nuvia Arm core designed CPUs is set for late 2023. Qualcomm’s CTO stated at an investor day presentation last November that SoC sampling by partners would begin in August 2022, with retail products launching in 2023.

According to the chip maker, the Nuvia chips will be a PC computing first offering, and are already being spoken about as Windows processors poised to take on the Apple M1. Apple will, however, be well into its M2 CPU cycle by 2023, with whatever advancements that family of processors may bring.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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