Everyone wants to know what the Qualcomm core after Krait is called so SemiAccurate will oblige, sort of. Rather than just out the name of post-Krait, we will out the name of the one after that instead.
Before you wonder why we are playing games, all we can say is that there is a reason and we are in the midst of hunting down a few details. That said the one after the one after Krait is Qualcomm’s first internal 64-bit ARM core that you will see in a device.
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