Attendees of Mobile World Congress 2011 got to see the newest generation of the Adreno GPU, Adreno 220, in action as part of the new Desert Winds game demo at Qualcomm’s booth. The graphics performance, new 3D effects, and level of graphical realism now possible with the dual-core Snapdragon MSM8660 chipset and its Adreno 220 GPU grabbed the attention of virtually all passing by our booth.
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In late 2010 and early 2011, mobile game enthusiasts were following stories from around the world about the development of a "playstation phone." The first public confirmation by Sony Ericsson came during the Superbowl, where a teaser ad disclosed the Xperia Play™ smartphone.
Mobile World Congress 2011 has officially ended. After making Barcelona our home for a week, we’ve packed up our booth, put away our gadgets and returned to San Diego. It was a whirlwind week full of exciting announcements about the future of mobility set against the rich history and beauty of Barcelona.
Hear from Paul Jacobs about what trends we should look for at Mobile World Congress, what he’ll be talking about during the "Connecting the Dots" keynote, his thoughts on the Snapdragon Dual CPU mobile processor—and a whole lot more.
Snapdragon & Adreno's 3D graphics will change the landscape of the mobile gaming industry.
Michelle Leyden Li, Senior Director of Marketing, explains Snapdragon asynchronous dual-core chipset architecture and what it means for power efficiency and performance capabilities.
It is amazing how quickly one year ends and the next begins when you have a high profile worldwide consumer electronics show to kick off the New Year. This year’s CES show had more and more focus on mobility and smartphones and of course the hottest of all, in my opinion, were “Android tablets.”
The latest Adreno™ GPUs, embedded in Qualcomm’s market-leading Snapdragon™ chipsets, are delivering console-quality 3D graphics in some of the most compelling smartphones and tablets in 2011.
Anita Hix, Director of Marketing, on Snapdragon-enabled tablets and what’s coming in 2011.
When it comes to smartphones, oh what a difference a year makes.