Report Confirms Qualcomm’s Deception in Snapdragon X Elite and Pro Performance Standards

Report Confirms Qualcomm's Deception in Snapdragon X Elite and Pro Performance Standards

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The latest reports published by “SemiAccurate” confirm that Qualcomm is deceiving in the performance standards of Snapdragon X Plus and Snapdragon X Pro processors, which were shared with hardware manufacturers and media sources.

Details provided in the “SemiAccurate” report indicated that Qualcomm promised at the Huawei conference last fall to disclose detailed information that would address all the questions raised by manufacturing companies and the “SemiAccurate” website after Qualcomm avoided directly answering many questions during the event.

Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon X Pro processor with an expected list of specifications, mainly focusing on the capabilities of the graphics card, which offers 3.8TFLOPS, without providing clearer details about the performance of the processing unit or the distinctive capabilities of this version.

Report Confirms Qualcomm's Deception in Snapdragon X Elite and Pro Performance Standards

Additionally, the “SemiAccurate” report highlighted details that are not of great importance in the processor’s features, such as support for AV1 encoding and decoding, while Qualcomm neglected important details such as frame rate and display resolution.

On the other hand, the report shed light on Qualcomm’s announcement that Snapdragon X Pro is based on 10 cores without revealing the core arrangement, and Qualcomm also announced a 42MB cache memory without disclosing the level, confirming the withholding of many important details by Qualcomm.

“SemiAccurate” emphasizes the deception in the standards announced by Qualcomm to media sources and manufacturing companies, as details provided by hardware manufacturers who have already received initial samples of the processors reveal that achieving the performance announced by Qualcomm with the settings specified by the company is difficult.

The situation is no different with the Snapdragon X Elite processor, as Qualcomm provided unclear and unspecified standards for this processor that do not accurately reveal its performance, according to the hardware manufacturing companies that have received early samples of the processors. These companies confirmed that the performance of these versions is less than 50% of the figures announced by Qualcomm, so the processors do not achieve the performance announced by the company with the specified settings.

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