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Meet the Snapdragon 801 processor – powering the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2

Last week’s Mobile World Congress brought exciting announcements and news from across the mobile industry. Among the flagship phones that were announced were the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2, which have something in common -- they are powered by the brand new Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 801 processor.

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Up close with one of T-Mobile’s best phones, the Sony Xperia Z1S

At CES this year, Sony introduced the new Sony Xperia Z1S, now available exclusively at T-Mobile. The Xperia Z1S is built with premium materials including the multitasking Qualcomm® Snapdragon® 800 processor, designed to enable powerful performance, lightning-fast web browsing, visually stunning graphics and games, all without wasting battery.

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Watch our dragon in his latest epic adventure

What comes to mind when you imagine a dragon (no, not Imagine Dragons who played at our customer party at CES)? You might think big, ugly and ferocious. Then our dragon came along and broke the mold. He’s tiny, cute (but not too cute), and uses his power for good.

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Santa’s got a brand new reindeer

Sure, you know Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, and the whole gang. But this holiday season Santa is letting the reindeer have their reindeer games and is trading up to Snapdragon. Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors are delivering, with 4G LTE speeds and epic battery life, powering today's hottest smartphones.

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How to get football on your phone

The NFL season is upon us, and if you are unhealthily obsessed with football like I am (you probably don't want to follow me on Twitter during Redskins games), you want to have constant access. Like me, you probably plan your entire schedule around when football is on TV. Still, there are times where something takes you off your couch – it's unfortunate, but it does happen. Your two options in this situation are to A) record the game on your DVR, then avoid the Internet and all contact with other humans who may talk about football, and hope you don't get the result spoiled, or B) get football on your phone.

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Go behind the scenes of "A dragon is coming"

You may have seen our “A dragon is coming” ad at CES. Or you may have seen it in the theaters. Or you may have seen it during the NBA playoffs. Or, somehow you missed it completely, in which case you really should watch it now. We’ll wait.

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A dragon is coming – to a basketball court

You may have seen our “Dragon is Coming” video – either at CES, on YouTube, or in movie theaters – and now it is coming to the NBA Playoffs. Starting with yesterday’s Western Conference Finals game between the Spurs and Grizzlies, you can catch a glimpse of our cute (but not too cute) dragon during games on TNT, ESPN, and ABC.

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Mobile Processors 101: How Snapdragon processors power your smartphone

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.

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Pantech Perception powered by Snapdragon processors available today from Verizon

The Pantech Perception smartphone, powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Plus processor, launched today, exclusively from Verizon Wireless.

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Samsung GALAXY S4 powered by Snapdragon processors: Presale starts today

The latest in the wildly popular Samsung GALAXY series is available for pre-order today and we are proud to say that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor is powering the new Samsung GALAXY S4 in the U.S.

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