Entry-level SD 460, SD 662, and the gaming-oriented SD 720G
Qualcomm has announced three Snapdragon mobile chipset to cover the entry-leve and mid-range smartphone markets, the Snapdragon 460, Snapdragon 662, and the gaming-oriented Snapdragon 720G.
Brings desktop-level features to Snapdragon platform
During the second day of its annual Snapdragon technology summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm touched a topic of mobile gaming, and it appears that the company is quite serious about tapping this big and lucrative market, bringing desktop-level features to the Snapdragon platform and offering mobile gamers performance, quality and unique set of features.
Covers mainstream and entry-level segments
Following the success of its premium Snapdragon 8cx compute platform for always-on, always-connected devices, Qualcomm has unveiled two new Snapdragon compute platforms during the third day of its annual Snapdragon technology summit in Hawaii, the Snapdragon 8c and the Snapdragon 7c, aimed at mainstream and entry-level devices.
Octa-core CPU with Kryo 475 CPU and Adreno 620 GPU
After announcing its flagship Snapdragon 865 SoC and both the Snapdragon 765 and the gaming-oriented Snapdragon 765G, Qualcomm has decided to reveal a bit more technical details about these SoCs during the second day of its annual Snapdragon technology summit in Hawaiian island Maui.
7nm, LP-DDR5, powering flagships starting in Q1 2020
At the annual Snapdragon technology summit in Hawaiian island Maui, Qualcomm revealed the latest flagship Snapdragon. After 845 and 855 comes the, well you might guess it the Snapdragon 865.
Flagship SoC with 5G
Alex Katouzian, Senior Vice President and General Manager Mobile Qualcomm Technologies Inc., has announced Qualcomm's latest flagship SoC at the annual Snapdragon Tech Summit - the Snapdragon 865 5G.
First integrated 5G Snapdragon
Alex Katouzian, Senior Vice President and General Manager Mobile Qualcomm Technologies Inc, has announced the Snapdragon 765 and the Snapdragon 765G.
Review: Qualcomm (Microsoft) SQ1 ARM SoC inside
The day has finally arrived. A high-end design based on Qualcomm’s promising 8CX processor is finally shipping. Two weeks ago, it started shipping in the US, and just a few days ago the first systems shipped to customers in Europe.
Crystal ball gazing
The dark satanic rumour mill is starting to churn about Qualcomm’s next Snapdragon 865.