Qualcomm is apparently testing its Snapdragon 8cx Gen 4 chipset, aka SC8380, inside a development device with a 10” display. This indicates that the chipset will be aimed towards 10” (or larger) tablets and probably some 2-in-1 tablets and even Windows on ARM laptops too. Microsoft might even have another go at a Surface Neo type device with dual screens.
These, of course, will be going up against Apple’s iPads with M-series chipsets and MacBook Airs. Which is fitting since the chipset and its Oryon CPU cores were designed by Nuvia, a company formed by former Apple employees that worked on said M-series chipsets.