HTC, LG, Samsung Eying Snapdragon Chips
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.
Qualcomm Weighing Samsung's Fab for Snapdragon 820
Qualcomm might turn to competitor Samsung to make its next top-of-the-line mobile processor, reports Re/Code. Qualcomm has historically used Taiwan Semiconductor to fabricate its processors, but Samsung's capabilities are more advanced.
Qualcomm Renames 600 Series Snapdragon Chips
Qualcomm has changed the names of two 600 series Snapdragon processors. Specifically, the Snapdragon 620 and Snapdragon 618 will now be called the Snapdragon 652 and Snapdragon 650.
Microsoft and Qualcomm to Bring Windows 10 to ARM-Based Snapdragon Processors
Microsoft and Qualcomm plan to make Windows 10 run on Qualcomm's next-generation, ARM-based Snapdragon processors. The idea is to enable full PC functionality on cellular-connected devices of varying form factors.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 Optimized for Project Tango
Qualcomm today said its top-of-the-line processor, the Snapdragon 820, is ready to power Project Tango hardware. Qualcomm initially supported Project Tango with the Snapdragon 652, which required a number of software optimizations.
Qualcomm Intros New Snapdragon 600 and 400 Processors
Qualcomm today announced new Snapdragon application processors for mid-range and volume mobile devices. The Snapdragon 653, Snapdragon 626, and Snapdragon 427 are all paired with Qualcomm's X9 LTE modem with Cat 7 download (300Mbps) and Cat 13 upload (150Mbps) speeds; 2x20 MHz Carrier Aggregation; 64-QAM on the uplink; and VoLTE with Enhanced Voice Services.
This is an awesome step forward for us "I want everything in the palm of my hand" people.
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...
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 ...