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Qualcomm Technologies announced yesterday that Samsung’s new GALAXY S5 Broadband LTE-A smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 805 “4K Ultra HD” processor and Qualcomm® Gobi™ 9x35 LTE Advanced Category 6 modem. This makes the GALAXY S5 Broadband LTE-A the world’s first commercially available LTE Advanced Cat6 smartphone and the first to be powered by the Snapdragon 805 processor.
You don’t have to go to an IMAX theater to enjoy 4K or “Ultra HD” resolution video. And you don’t have to own an expensive video camera to shoot your own Ultra HD video. With devices powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 mobile processors you can capture and play back Ultra HD video everywhere you go.
There was a time in the evolution of mobile phones that smaller was clearly better.
If you’re excited about the new BlackBerry Q10 LTE and its traditional, physical QWERTY keyboard, you’re not alone. In the UK, it’s already been selling like hotcakes, with one retailer reporting it to be their fastest selling consumer electronics product ever. Like the British already seem to know, the QWERTY keyboard is the only thing traditional about the Q10. It’s packed with cool new features.
In case you haven’t already heard, the BlackBerry Z10 isn’t your mother’s BlackBerry. The QWERTY keyboard is gone. BlackBerry has packed it with lots of innovative new features, many of which appear for the first time in the Z10. And we’re proud to say that BlackBerry has once again chosen to power their device with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor.
Is the new Facebook Home cool, or what? In case you don’t already know, Facebook announced Facebook Home yesterday, promising the first mobile experience designed to put people, not apps, first.
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ mobile processors are designed to deliver amazing gaming, video and web browsing at fast speeds and low power, in part because of the power efficient CPU.
Unlike the chocolate and peanut butter in Reese’s chocolate peanut butter cups, it was no accident that Snapdragon and the Xperia PLAY found themselves together. This week Sony Ericsson launched the Xperia PLAY at Verizon, with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon MSM8255 mobile processor with Adreno 205 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) inside.
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