CEO-elect and current president of Qualcomm, Cristiano Amon, said he is excited at NUVIA joining their team while Jim Thompson, the Chief Technology Officer said that the integration of NUVIA CPUs with Snapdragon including will take computing performance to a new level and drive new capabilities for products that serve multiple industries.”
Incredible show of support from our customers and partners for the @nuvia_inc acquisition. Thank you for your partnership! I look forward to seeing how Nuvia CPUs + #Snapdragon help you create a new class of leading products for the #5G era. https://t.co/gpPV4g94fO pic.twitter.com/ifmcfKUvMd
— Cristiano R. Amon (@cristianoamon) January 13, 2021
The press release also included words of support from Qualcomm’s partners such as Microsoft, Xiaomi, HMD Global, Google, Samsung, Sharp, ASUS, General Motors, and even Honor.
Biao Wan, Chairman of Honor Device Co. Ltd is quoted to have said “As a new, independent company committed to bringing breakthrough mobile experiences to consumers, we are pleased to see that Qualcomm will acquire NUVIA, enabling them to continue to lead in developing and delivering premium performance Snapdragon mobile platforms to the market,”. The inclusion of the former Huawei-subsidiary further confirms that Honor smartphones powered by Snapdragon processors are on the way.