Yeah, but Qualcomm wouldn’t if per their contract with Google it wouldn’t be used. The fact that its built into the die of the CPU doesn’t mean they have to pay for it. My understanding is that a company has to pay for the licensing of the patents only if they sell them. In this case they are not, because presumably Google told them they won’t. So, if this is the case its still falls on Google to pay Qualcomm, which in turn pays the patent holders.
I would love to give you a figure but all those numbers are confidential in license contracts. The $60 i gave you is because i knew an engineer who worked for Motorola, specifically it was quoted to me for the Motorolla Q phones, i know there were a few variants.