Qualcomm announced its much-rumored Snapdragon 845 processor earlier in the month. While we know it will be arriving on many different smartphones and devices in 2018, a new list has found its way online that shows what devices will be packing the chip and when they will be announced.
Like any leak, this new data will be hard to validate, but we won't have to wait long to see whether things will go accordingly, as the first couple handsets are set to make their debut in a little over a month. If things go to plan, we should see the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, LG G7, and G7+ utilizing Qualcomm's latest SoC in February. There are also plenty of other handsets, but some of the standouts include the HTC U12 that should arrive in May, along with a Sony handset in June.
Rounding out the latter part of the year, Samsung's Galaxy Note9 will debut in September, along with Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 and the LG V40. Like clockwork, Google's Pixel 3 will make an appearance in October. Two OnePlus handsets also feature, with the OnePlus 6 scheduled for mid-year and the 6T slated for the end of 2018.
Again, this list could be wrong, but luckily we don't have to wait long to find out whether it is accurate.