ZTE could compete with Xiaomi and Motorola to release the first Snapdragon 898 smartphone


ZTE will reportedly compete Motorola and Xiaomi will be the first to bring the new flagship Snapdragon chip with three new phones. According to a new leak, ZTE is looking to provide new state-of-the-art processors for three of its upcoming phones. These will reportedly be from the company’s gaming-oriented Nubia series. The leaks reveal that two of these will carry model numbers NX679J and NX709J respectively. recent snapdragon confirmed that it is starting to use a new naming scheme for its processors. The rumored Snapdragon 898 chip, which is the successor to the current 888 and 888+ processors, will actually be called the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Qualcomm says its new chips will have “single-digit series and generation numbers” in their names.

According to tipster Digital Chat Station, as reported TheMobileHunt, Motorola and Xiaomi are competing over which brand will release the first smartphone with the new Qualcomm silicon under the hood. Motorola reportedly wants to launch a smartphone with the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor before the end of 2021.

But the leaker also says that the Lenovo-owned company will not be successful in its endeavor, as Xiaomi is set to outdo Motorola and release a smartphone with the new chip first. According to gsmarena, the smartphone in question is the upcoming Xiaomi 12.

There is no information on what Motorola’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 powered phone will be called. Reports suggest that the company is planning to release the Motorola Edge 30 Pro phone powered by the new Snapdragon processor. it means rumor The Edge 30 Ultra could finally be the phone that competes with the Xiaomi 12 for the title of being the first with the new Qualcomm chip.

Our bet is on Xiaomi being the first manufacturer to use the chip. Samsung is rumored to be using the new Snapdragon chip for its upcoming The Galaxy S22 lineup as well. The new S22 series phones should be released in early 2022.

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