Qualcomm may launch Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC for android smartwatches in next month on September 10. The company has reportedly sent invitations to attend the event scheduled for the announcement of the smartwatches. As mentioned in invitations, the event to be held in San Francisco will be dedicated to watches, which means you ought to prepare for another SoC for wearables to be propelled.
This gives the idea that more than two years in the wake of bringing the Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC for Android Wear smartwatches, Qualcomm is back in the features for its new silicon. Prior in May, Google and Qualcomm had affirmed that another SoC outline for wearable gadgets was underway.
However, Qualcomm’s invitation proposes that the successor Snapdragon Wear 2100 may at last get disclosed one month from now. From the notice shared by some Twitter clients, obviously Qualcomm is prodding something identified with smartwatches, and the item that is very liable to be reported is another processor.
The Qualcomm invitation demonstrates a watch with the clock set to 0910hrs with a caption reading that “It’s time. Set your watches.” It won’t be an astonishing move by the chipmaker, as Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC that right now controls a large portion of the Wear OS gadgets is getting very old.
It is yet unclear whether Qualcomm will adhere to the 28nm procedure that it used with the Snapdragon 2100 back in February 2016. Having said that, the revealed improvement of the new SoC line from Qualcomm could bring some energy for the Wear OS biological system that hasn’t gotten any major new dispatches.