A new report leads us to believe that the upcoming Galaxy Note III phablet by Samsung will use Qualcomm’s unreleased but powerful Snapdragon 800 chipset.
An unreleased Pantech smartphone carrying the model number IM-A880 has been spotted in a series of AnTuTu benchmark scoring around 30,000 points. The beast is likely packing one of Qualcomm's spanking new Snapdragon 800 processors.
Qualcomm has showcased two new Mirasol reflective screens at SID Display Week, including a 5.1-incher with an impressive 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution and 577 ppi. Unfortunately, this is unlikely to make a commercial debut in the next couple of years or so.
GizChina reports new AuTuTu benchmarks which allegedly belong to the upcoming Xiaomi Mi3 flagship smartphone, blows away competition.
A leaked benchmark suggests that the upcoming 'Mini' version of Samsung's flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone will pack a Qualcomm chipset.
According to an analyst, Google's new Nexus 7 will pack a Qualcomm chipset and a high resolution display while retaining the affordable price tag. See what else our sources told us.
An unannounced LG phone has been spotted at Bluetooth SIG. Android Authority reports the possiblity of this being the CDMA version of the upcoming LG Optimus G2.
Earlier today at a Media Conference in Beijing, Qualcomm's Senior Product Manager Yufei Wang confirmed that the company's latest and greatest Snapdragon 800 chipset based on the enhanced Krait 400 architecture will enter mass production in late May.
Google will launch a second-generation version of the Nexus 7 tablet in July, according to sources cited by Reuters, paving the way for stronger competition in the already crowded tablet computer market.
GlobalFoundries delivered a 1-2 punch today, announcing the 14nm process for 2014. The semiconductor maker plans to manufacture chips in 14nm node named "eXtreme Mobility", offering FinFET three-dimensional transistors and Fully Depleted SOI to boot.
The mobile wars are heating up and Korean giant LG is firing the first shot in the Battle of 2013. The company recently launched Optimus G, also known as the E97x – powered by Qualcomm's first quad-core chip, the Snapdragon S4. Graphics power is provided by Adreno 320, and it really shows.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Company (or simply Rockchip) is mostly known for its low-power silicon which powers numerous entry-level tablets, smartphones, digital frames, personal media players etc. The company recently unveiled its high-performing chips, the RK 3000 Series.
The competition in the field of mobile graphics is heating up. For an event held at the W Hotel in San Francisco, Qualcomm invited 30 top journalists and analysts to present the details about the upcoming quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor featuring next generation graphics – Adreno 320.
Behind the scenes, Intel is trying to raise uncertainty around its competitors in the mobile field which have as crushing share as Intel has on the PC market. However, with continuous delays of their next-gen hardware, one must ask is "Intel's manufacturing advantage" really all that?
For those of you that might have forgotten, Bigfoot networks was absorbed my Qualcomm Atheros some time back and the new company has been busy working on some new Killer NIC products. The company has now unveiled its latest addition, the Killer Wireless-N 1202 which seems to be a replacement for the older 1102 model.
There’s no secret that Singapore is home to many chip design companies and now Qualcomm is looking to the small nation to be a base for a new IC design and Engineering R&D centre. The office would focus on CDMA technology, or what is commonly known as 3G.
In some ways Qualcomm appears to be behind some of its competitors, especially with the delay of its first quad core processors, but its new MSM8960 SoC has proven that more cores aren't always the way forward, despite the market hype. Now the company has announced a "pro" version of the MSM8960, simply called the
The 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard was unveiled at CES and first out the gate with hardware solutions was Broadcom. Now Qualcomm Atheros is getting ready to join the 802.11ac standard with no less than six new products targeting four different market segments.
During the Mobile World Congress next week we should see several handsets launch based on Qualcomm's new Snapdragon S4 SoC, previously known under the name of Krait. Just ahead of the show benchmarks of the new chip have been published that gives us a good insight as to what to expect from this year's Qualcomm