The Toq is a limited run device designed to get customers confident in Mirasol and wireless recharging, not a sustainable ecosystem.
Let’s compare Qualcomm’s two 800-series chips.
The next-generation Snapdragon 805 comes with 4K support and will be making its way onto devices starting next year.
Qualcomm could be working on a faster variant of the Snapdragon 800 chipset, with a clock speed of 2.5GHz.
Qualcomm is the latest manufacturer to be interested in launching a bid for the beleaguered BlackBerry.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Samsung is falsifying benchmarks scores on the Galaxy Note 3. A survey by AnandTech found that almost all major manufacturers are rigging their benchmark scores one way or another.
Qualcomm executive dismisses Apple’s new A7 chip, claiming there are no technical enhancements nor benefits to the customer.
VR-Zone sat down with John Stefanac, Qualcomm’s man in southeast Asia and the Pacific, to talk about Qualcomm, LTE, and the game of thrones in the mobile sector.
A Galaxy S4 Active variant powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor is in the news again, with a new report claiming the upgraded model will be launching in Korea next month.
VR-Zone had a chat with Qualcomm’s Senior Vice President of Product Management Raj Talluri about trends in the mobile sector.
While the HTC One has been holding the title to the best “all-rounded” phone, ASUS now has a new contender to the throne in the PadFone Infinity. We pit them head to head against each other to find out which will emerge victorious.
Less than a week after the launch of the Snapdragon 800 powered Galaxy S4 LTE-A, the new Adreno 330 GPU gets thoroughly tested, passes with flying colors.
When sale of a certain electronic gadget slows down, a short term remedy might be to release the device in a different color, which is what Samsung will likely do with its latest flagship—the Galaxy S4.
Qualcomm has expanded its Snapdragon 200 family with six new additions, along with the introduction of the new Adreno 302 GPU.
LG and Qualcomm have jointly announced their collaboration on future Optimus G series Smartphones. You guessed it right, the Optimus G2 is coming, and will be powered by the Snapdragon 800 (aka beast) SoC. LG and Qualcomm jointly announced on Wednesday that the Korean company
The Surface experiment failed, there’s no question about it anymore, but what remains to be seen is whether Microsoft will look to ditch the tablet market early or give it a second try. At the moment, the latter seems more likely, as second-gen Surface slates are reportedly in the works.
G00d news folks, prices for chipsets used in powering tablets and Smartphones might decline between 10-20% in the 2H of 2013 owing to strong competition from rival chip makers. This in turn should drive the retail price of final products down.
A new leak suggests that the Finnish manufacturer is working on a device powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, the fastest chip that is available in the market right now. A changelog file hosted on Nokia’s servers indicates that the company is manufacturing a device powered by quad-core processor, most probably Snapdragon 800. The file also
Qualcomm announced the newest addition to their Snapdragon 400 family, the MSM8926 SoC. Qualcomm’s new SKU comes with quad-core ARM Cortex A7 CPUs and features built-in LTE. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 chipsets are targeted at mid-range devices such as the HTC First or the Sony Xperia L, or even the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. This new
Qualcomm, one of the most dominant forces in the mobile chipset industry, announced that its latest (and greatest) Snapdragon 800 chipset has been certified for use with the soon-to-be-released Microsoft Windows 8.1 RT OS. Microsoft may use the new SoC in their upcoming Surface RT 2 tablet, to be launched later this year. Microsoft is