Why not? Qualcomm themselves took to stage at the Snapdragon Summit this November and announced that they are calling their new Nuvia-based CPUs as Orton, and said that it is coming next year.If anything of what some are saying about QC is true, I'm not even sure we'll see anything from Nuvia on the market at all.
Maybe. I wish but....
However, as has been discussed extensively in this thread earlier and in the Arm Lawsuit thread, this might not happen because the Oryon CPUs may not necessarily be designed from the Nuvia cores.The only thing that can stop their plans is the present lawsuit with ARM. ARM might block Qualcomm's endeavour, stopping them from bringing the Oryon CPUs to market.
I'm willing to pay in theory, but the price Charlie asks is way too high, and the quality way too low. You can't publish BS articles (e.g. Intel 10nm is canceled) and then expect people to pay for it. $1000/year for "news" with a very good chance of being fake or useless? Nah.For more read the paper. It really is interesting. I know a paywall is something most people hate but IMO my money is well spent.
How reliable is this information?"Multiple sources are telling about an executive pissing match and the bloodbath that resulted from it."
"The depths of the layoffs make it clear that most of what was Nuvia is done for though."
For more read the paper. It really is interesting. I know a paywall is something most people hate but IMO my money is well spent.
I have no horse in this race, this is purely for my education.
That Exynos 2500 CPU is gonna be so powerful that it will be absurd.There's been some interesting rumors on the Korean forums, supposedly (take it as a grain of salt):
2024 8g3 will be N4P and still Cortex cores
2025 8g4 will N3E and Nuvia Oryon CPU. Supposedly 2x Phoenix-I cores + 6x Phoenix-M cores
2024 Exynos 2400 will be 1x X4 + 2x A720 + 3x A720 + 4x A520
2025 Exynos 2500 will be 1x X5 + 3x X5 + 2x A730 + 4x A520 with an interesting big+mid+little+tiny config (big X5 at 3.2~3.3GHz and mid X5 cores 2.3~2.5GHz)
I think Phoenix is the core name, and Oryon the first SoC using them.That Exynos 2500 CPU is gonna be so powerful that it will be absurd.
2024 8g3 with Cortex and N4P fits with what I have heard of it elsewhere.
Phoenix-I and Phoenix-M ? Of these I haven't heard before. Why are they calling it Phoenix? Didn't Qualcomm just publicly announce their CPU cores being named as 'Oryon' ?
Phoenix was the core name when Nuvia was still an independent company.I think Phoenix is the core name, and Oryon the first SoC using them.
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