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March 2012 (5)

What can you do with the power of one charge?

We sent one phone featuring a Snapdragon processor around the world on one battery charge to make this video on one battery charge. In just over two weeks, the phone traveled from LA to New York, London, Paris, Shanghai, Moscow, Dubai, Mumbai, and Rio De Janeiro with a few pitstops in Istanbul and LA.

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Windows 8 on Snapdragon Processors

Qualcomm has spent the last few years working closely with Microsoft on its Windows Phone operating system for smartphones. To date, every one of these Windows Phones use a Snapdragon Processor, offering fast graphics, zippy web browsing, and long battery life. Because this collaboration has been so successful, Microsoft is making its next-generation Windows platform—for both PCs and Smartphones—available to Snapdragon processors as well.

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New Exclusive Games Announced for Snapdragon-Enabled Devices

On the eve of the 2012 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, we’ve announced some additional games that will be available exclusively for Android devices featuring Snapdragon processors. Qualcomm has worked closely with developers of these games to fully maximize the power of Snapdragon mobile processors and their embedded GPUs to bring a better gaming experience to mobile users.

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Asus and Panasonic Launch Devices Featuring Snapdragon S4 at MWC

Mobile World Congress 2012 spawned a horde of smartphones and tablets that pushed the boundaries of design and features. You’ve heard the rumblings of what’s built into some of them, including cameras with fast shutter and autofocus speeds, large screens with HD resolutions, 4G LTE for lightning-fast internet speeds, and audio that can rival your living room speakers.

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HTC Launches One XL and One S with Snapdragon S4 Processors

At Mobile World Congress 2012, HTC launched its newest, most advanced Android phones to date, yet at the same time consolidating its many product lines into a single, powerful brand, called “One”. The HTC One XL and HTC One S models are just a taste of what the future holds for HTC, as consistency will be as much of a driving force as impressive features and goliath-like processing.

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