The point is: Snapdragon S3 has more than enough power to run 4.2.2 and newly even more optimized 4.3 Android. If some home-schooled developer can make it run – why
Qualcomm has decided that it’s not going to sit idly by and watch as everyone else release smartwatches. Today sees the chipmaker introducing its own take on the wearable technology
LG confirmed on Wednesday night that the next generation of “G” series smartphone will employ a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Why is it this important, you’re wondering? Because not only
If you’re a hacker / cracker / modder / rooter, then you’ll be interested in hearing this. Now that AT&T and Sprint are carrying the Samsung Galaxy S4, XDA user djrbliss
Google will introduce a next-generation of the Nexus 7 tablet, possibly with a lower price tag, according to Reuters. Reportedly, Asus will be the hardware partner of choice however the
If you love doubleTwist’s already stellar product, then you’ll love what they’ve got coming up next. The company is releasing “MagicRadio”, a music streaming service based on your tastes and
LTE: it’s all over the place. It just is. Not in a saturation way, but in a chaotic, crazy, man-someone-should-really-fix-this kind of way. there’s so many different versions in so
Qualcomm today introduced a pair of new mobile processors aimed at mid-range and entry-level smartphone experiences. As the numbers might lead you to believe, the Snapdragon 200 is focused
Google may turn to Qualcomm as the chipmaker of choice for the next-generation Nexus 7, reports Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnel. Citing supply chain issues and competitive pricing, Google could be leaving
At CES, Qualcomm recently announced two new chipset sure to impress: The Snapdragon 600 and the Snapdragon 800. How impressive, you ask? Let’s start with the 600, which has: Quad
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Samsung is on a hot streak nowadays with devices like Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Note II, and their competitors are working on devices to get head-to-head with Samsung.
Both processors will be ready for customer sampling by end of 2012 and are expected to be shipping in commercial devices in the first quarter of 2013.
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Qualcomm is pretty proud of their Snapdragon processor family and wants to remind mobile community at large. Sure, they’ve got cutting-edge quad-core Snapdragon S4 stuff in devices like the Optimus