According to the Japanese version, Sony has its most popular phone in the works, and not surprisingly, the next one will use the Snapdragon 855 and 855+. Preliminary evidence for these SoCs has appeared in Sony’s distribution firms
The SoC has an internal modeling model SM8250 And it is believed that this is the vernacular device, for the time being, called the Snapdragon 865. It is also rumored that the chip will come in two versions – connected to a 5G modem, such as The recently launched Kirin 990, with iteration and 4G connectivity.
It makes sense for Qualcomm to offer both new and 5G models that are still new to the point where not everyone needs to pay extra to install early. It is not clear, however, whether Sony will share its full potential for both, but it is worth considering. Judging by the latest Xperia releases, we’ll see next year’s phone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Spring (in Japanese)