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We all love our smartphones, and rely on them for a lot of daily tasks. But we’re all left with the same frustration when they run out of power in the middle of an important call or while watching a video. Fortunately, there are some easy steps you can take to extend the life of your battery.
We hope that by getting to know some basics of mobile processing, you will better understand how all the work going on inside helps deliver the experiences you love on your smartphone and tablet, and you’ll be able to shop for your next device with complete confidence. We’ll have you talking in gigahertz and GPUs in no time.
Tablets are reaching critical mass, with users using the device for everything from Web surfing to work. Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors are designed to keep your tablets performing at breathtaking speed without compromising battery life.
Verizon has announced that it will be providing its own cloud storage service directly to customers. Verizon Cloud gives Android users an off-site, in-network option to supplement the storage on their mobile device.
Smartphone users know what’s most important to them when they buy a device, whether it’s long battery life, fast Web browsing, beautiful graphics, the ability to take great photos and video, and run multiple apps at once. Or, more likely, all of the above.
If you seek a multimedia powerhouse as your next smartphone, it has arrived, and it takes form as the LG Optimus G Pro. Today LG Electronics announced their latest handset in the rapidly growing phablet segment. It is designed to be the ultimate device for creating, viewing, and sharing media content.
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