Qualcomm has renamed its Snapdragon processors, paving the door for the debut of the 8-series

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techno.rentetan.com – The new branding for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon devices should make it simpler and easier for consumers to know what they’re purchasing.

For the first time, Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon brand is big enough and well-known enough to stand on its own, thus you’ll see it referred to as Snapdragon rather than Qualcomm Snapdragon.

The Snapdragon Insiders program, for example, has been a major part of Qualcomm’s marketing efforts to emphasize this point. You’ll be able to tell when a Snapdragon device is being spoken about because of the flame logo’s prominence.

In addition, the choice of colors will be more strategic, with gold being reserved for the company’s flagship goods, like as the popular emblem or picture showcasing a Snapdragon SoC (system on chip) on smartphone advertisements and packaging.

There will also be a rebranding as a result of these updates. However, Qualcomm has said that the flagship would be referred as as the Snapdragon 8-series.

At the Snapdragon Summit in a few weeks, we’ll learn more about how this will operate, but we can expect to see Snapdragon 4-series, Snapdragon 6-series, and Snapdragon 7-series chips in action.

If it’s Snapdragon, it’s 5G; there’s no need to add that element to the name, Qualcomm seems to be suggesting.

We’ll learn more about these improvements in the future, but for now, we know that Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8-series will be the next-generation hardware for 2022 when it launches.