In an interview with Roger Cheng, the CNet journalist, Cristiano Amon, CEO of Qualcomm stated that Nuvia-based software would not be available on the market before 2024. The company also stated that they would release them in 2023.
Qualcomm stated last month that the new processors would not be available until August 2022 but will not appear on the commercial market until the fourth quarter of 2023. Amon, who is working on his podcast next year, said that the new chips would be delivered to partners and that a commercial product would be possible in 2024.
Amon gave a speech in the context of the new plans to release these processors. He did this at the beginning 2024. This could indicate that the company may be considering delaying the release of these chips. However, Amon may have been joking if he didn’t make any reservations during the interview.
Qualcomm bought nuvia last year for $1,4billion. The team is currently developing laptop-processors to rival the Apple M2 model’s performance, according to statements.