Dieter Bohn had this to say;
It’s not difficult to dive into the future of Intel and even Qualcomm’s roadmap — they are consistent (and consistently dull) in their year-over-year improvements. Their customers are phone and laptop makers, so they need to be clear and transparent about what’s up. And I don’t see either pulling a step change like the M1 out of a hat.
Qualcomm’s roadmap most likely refers to the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2, whereas for Intel it’s about Tiger Lake. Both promise solid improvements, but they aren’t M1-scale changes.
So anybody who had hoped that PCs might enjoy and ARM-based CPU with Apple M1-like performance will likely be disappointed, at least for the foreseeable future.