A $700 Billion Market Beyond Mobile
Snapdragon continues to set the bar for premium-tier Android smartphones. Our mobile strategy is clear—it is about focusing on driving flagship and premium and high-tier performance in Android.
And we saw today a number of announcements already at CES, some new devices from our customers. I’ll just name a few—Xiaomi, OnePlus, Realme and many more that announced devices over Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and other chipsets. We continue to be the No. 1 in connectivity in the performance of AI. … [When it comes to phones], the performance per watt is extremely important. And we see that reflected as we bring AI to all the other devices—from automotive, where you cannot put a server on the trunk of a car, all the way to a number of devices in the IoT space that need to be efficient.
Sound, camera, security and gaming—as mobile becomes mainstream gaming. So we’re very excited about what’s happening with the Snapdragon road map with 8 Gen 1. And with that, we’re going to go into beyond mobile. … Within the next decade, we have an opportunity to serve a market of $700 billion in size as the connected intelligent edge gets scaled. It’s an exciting time for Qualcomm. And we are becoming the partner of choice at the edge for digital transformation.