Qualcomm overhyping Snapdragon 820
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Too much really

There are signs that Qualcomm might be over-egging the pudding when it comes to pushing its new Snapdragon 820.

Qualcomm adds new mid-range processors
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Snapdragon 430 and the Snapdragon 617

Qualcomm has released two new mid-range processors to its mobile CPU lineup — the Snapdragon 430 and the Snapdragon 617.

Qualcomm wants Snapdragons in drones
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Firebreathing flying snapdragons

Chipmaker Qualcomm has created a board designed for consumer drones and robotics applications.

Snapdragon 820 Kryo clocks up to 2.2GHz
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Twice the performance and power efficiency of Snapdragon 810

Qualcomm has just revealed the clock speed and manufacturing process for its Kryo core. Snapdragon 820 is a 14nm FinFET based quad-core with up to 2.2GHz core clock. 

Qualcomm reveals Hexagon 680 DSP
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Snapdragon 820 part

Qualcomm revealing its latest generation piece by piece. We have heard about the Adreno 530 GPU and now the company started talking about Hexagon 680 DSP.

Samsung has not given up on Snapdragons yet
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Testing them in its lab

Samsung is rumoured to be testing the new Snapdragons in its labs, as a sign that the company has not given up on Qualcomm yet.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 looks promising
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Quad A72 at 1.8GHz and Quad A53 1.2Ghz

Qualcomm has announced its Snapdragon 620, a successor to the reasonably successful Snapdragon 615. 

Snapdragon 820 SoC next week
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Hail Hydra

Qualcomm is set to unveil its new Snapdragon 820 SoC on August 11 in LA and more details are being leaked than you would see at a Welsh leak recipe contest.

Intrinsyc taps Qualcomm's 64-bit, Snapdragon
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Wearable Snapdragons 

Intrinsyc has expanded its range of Qualcomm Snapdragon-based Open-Q computer-on-modules by opening the 64-bit functions of the Snapdragon 410.

Blackberry Oslo leaked
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It ain't dead yet

Blackberry is not quite ready to die yet, if the new leak of its coming Oslo update of Passport is anything to go by.