- No official announcement by Google on Snapdragon 836 yet
- Google Pixel 2 to arrive with the existing Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
- XDA Developers claims to verify that Snapdragon 836does not exists
The newest flagship handsets providing Snapdragon 835 are always supposed to cater the newest and most updated systems on its SoC, or chip through silicon producers like the Qualcomm. To get the incredible performing Soc devices, might also require payment of hundreds or thousands of dollars, but that will be worth it. Along with the forthcoming hawking of Google’s new handsets Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the rumors have also arisen that both the models of Google’s upcoming tech Pixel flagships may start together with the processor of Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 SoC.
It is considered that the fake statements have provided the amazing reputation to the one who spread theses rumours. Although, through an extremely consistent resource, it can be proved that there will be no such update in Qualcomm Snapdragon 836. Hence, it appeared that actually, the case may not be the same as it is expected. The authentication of the news that there is no such snapdragon 836, is confirmed by Android Police and XDA-Developers both. The verification of the fake rumours has been confirmed according to these websites. The thing which shocks more is that on viewing the past of Qualcomm, it can be said that Qualcomm always launches their updated edition to their flagship model, only after a few counts of months, following their release.
Verifying it with the reliable source of Qualcomm, it is henceforth assured that snapdragon is not arriving with 836. The Snapdragon also seems to be appearing a really solid processor, as compared to the problems that incurred in 810 (it was quite a horrible experience), therefore this not seems to be a really tough deal. For information of all, Pixel 2s is of processor 835, which can be expected to be somewhat quicker operations (suppose 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801AB with comparison to 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801AC), satisfactory deal!
It can also be stated that the Pixel 2 handsets will get hawk from the prevailing Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, and it’s obvious. Eventually, it can be feasible that it might showcase the earlier version of the chipsets with huge improvements; rather it also seems that Qualcomm is still not arriving with any of the improved chipset of 836. Will this explanation make any difference in any of your choice of purchasing Google Pixel 2 launched with the same Snapdragon 835?