Many were wondering if Qualcomm would be adding support for T-Mobile's new 600MHz LTE spectrum. An employee did confirm support was coming, but a hardware modification needs to be made (so existing devices with the X16 modem will not support it).
A new rumor suggests we'll see Nokia's flagship smartphone arrive this June. It may use a Snapdragon 835 chipset, which would explain the long wait for the phone as manufacturers are having trouble finding it in regular supply.
Rumor has it that Nokia is preparing to launch the P1, and it'll be positioned at the high-end with its Snapdragon 835 chipset. The company seemingly at least confirmed that they are working on a Snapdragon 835 device, though they said it's still some time out.
At CES this year a device showcased OIS in devices with Snapdragon 835 installed. The device looked suspiciously like a Nokia phone, which led some to speculate it was Nokia's upcoming Nokia 8. Qualcomm has confirmed that's not the case.
Qualcomm teased the Snapdragon 835 last month, but now GFXBench has gotten a look at the new chipset. It features an octa-core CPU clocked at 2.2GHz paired with an Adreno 540 GPU.
Currently the Adreno 540 GPU outperforms all phones, including the iPhone 7 Plus.