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HTC, LG, Samsung Eying Snapdragon Chips

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Feb 5, 2009, 9:26 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated Feb 5, 2009, 9:32 AM

According to an article published by DigiTimes, HTC, LG and Samsung, among others, plan to bring products to market with Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors. HTC, in particular, appears to be ready to enter the market before LG and Samsung, as soon as the second quarter of 2009 according to DigiTimes' sources. Toshiba recently announced the TG01, which will be the first Snapdragon-based handset to reach the market.

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Slammer

Feb 5, 2009, 12:28 PM

Welcome...

...to the new era of hand held devices. It's funny how I couldn't wait to use my laptop on the go for business, now I long to ditch the laptop for this technology. I have said that HTC is underated and a force to reckon with. We shall see how many people feel about normal phone use once this picks up speed. I can see windows gaining a new attraction amoungst the nay sayers.

This is an awesome step forward for us "I want everything in the palm of my hand" people.
This is making me crazy. So many good phones are coming out and there is so much more potential to come. G1 has so much potential, for me windows phones brought me into the pda world. just like my pc at home there's so many custom set ups I can do....
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I'm curious how these 1GHZ Snapdragon chips will effect already heavy demand on under performing batteries.

Batteries still in February 2009 have a very, very long ways to go both in laptops and multimedia cell phones.

I carry around 2 spare bat...
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"This is an awesome step forward for us "I want everything in the palm of my hand" people. "

Didn't I say that in our last conversation? Are trying to steal my ideas? Just kidding.

I totally agree with you. I cant wait to see what HTC and WinMo ...
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