Qualcomm's system on chip roadmap depicting the company's SoC strategy has been leaked online courtesy of MobileTechWorld.
Initially, the website published the link to the actual PDF and screen captures of the presentation as well, but Qualcomm's legal department requested that MobileTechWorld take down the documents.
Three parts have been outed though; the trio will use the Krait-architecture and be manufactured using a 28nm process. The MSM8960 will be the first Windows 8 certified SoC and will start shipping in the fourth quarter of the year. This dual core part is clocked between 1.5GHz and 1.7GHz (device manufacturers will choose the clock speed) with 1MB L2 cache and two memory channels.
It will come with a DirectX 9.3-compatible Adreno 225 GPU that can push out 125 million triangles per second. Interestingly the SoC supports full HD & 3D video recording as well as a 20-megapixel sensor.
In the third quarter of 2012, an MSM8930 part with one memory channel and two Krait cores clocked between 1GHz and 1.2GHz with 1MB L2 cache is due. Like the 8960, it will sport a DirectX 9.3 GPU, the Adreno 305, that reaches 80 million triangles per second.
The last part is the MSM8974, which is a quad core part clocked between 2GHz and 2.5GHz with 2MB L2 memory. Unlike the two previous SoC, this one has two LPDDR3 channels which will support both LTE, HSPA+ and TD-SCDMA.
The rest of the parts are fairly impressive; 1080p HD video with 60FPS and support for a 30-megapixel camera as well as Adreno 320 3D that can output up to 225 million triangles and is set to launch in Q1 2013.