Pixel 4a has Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G inside
Google today unveiled two Pixel smartphones the $349 Pixel 4A, which is available for preorder now and will ship on August 20 and the Pixel 4A 5G, which will cost $499 and also ship sometime in the autumn.
Naught to 50 percent in five minutes
Qualcomm is boosting its Quick Charge technology and claims a device can plug in and get a device with a 4,500mAh battery from 0 to 50 per cent in five minutes and from empty to full n 15 minutes.
Same cores, higher clocks, and FastConnect 6900 for WiFi 6E
Although it has already showed up in leaks and rumors, Qualcomm has now officially unveiled its new Snapdragon 865+ SoC, which is breaking all barriers by hitting 3.1GHz, as well as bringing WiFi 6E into the fold.
5G heading towards budget phones
Qualcomm has launched its latest 5G chipset today, the Snapdragon 690, the first product in its 6-series chips to get support for the next-generation networking standard.
Snapdragon 5G commercialisation at scale
Qualcomm has released its Snapdragon 768G Mobile Platform, which is a refresh of the Snapdragon 765G and accelerates 5G commercialisation.
Review: Upgrade SSD for cheap
Microsoft’s Surface Pro X arrived last year and brought to the market the latest ARM-based CPU that works with Windows 10. It promises an all-day battery life, WIFI, and, more importantly, high-speed LTE connectivity with the Nano-SIM or eSIM card onboard.
Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro first to get it
The big news during Qualcomm's annual Snapdragon technology summit was mobile gaming and its Elite Gaming set of desktop-level features, including an updatable GPU drivers, and while there was only a handful of supported devices, Xiaomi is now hopping on that train with its Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro smartphones.
Coming globally next month
Xiaomi has officially announced the global launch of the Redmi Note 9 and the Redmi Note 9 Pro smartphones. Both smartphones live up to the Redmi brand, bringing a lot of bang for the buck.
5G was the cure for COVID-19 pandemic woes
There is some scientific evidence that rather than causing COVID-19, 5G might be the actual cure – at least if you are a company.