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Verizon users who felt a little left out after HTC launched a One Series on every carrier except their own can now rest easy. The HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE may go by a different name than its siblings, but everything under the hood says it’s as powerful and feature-packed.
If you’ve been waiting patiently to get a smartphone with a Snapdragon™ S4 processor, the wait is over. The HTC One S is now available on T-Mobile for less than $200 on a two year contract.
Sprint made the HTC EVO 4G LTE official at a launch party held in New York City yesterday. The EVO 4G LTE might be Sprint’s most ambitious smartphone yet, boasting 4G LTE, a Snapdragon S4 processor, and HD Voice—a new technology that was lauded heavily at the start of the event.
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.
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.
Last week Qualcomm hosted over 50 industry analysts from North and South America. Attendees spent a few days at our headquarters in San Diego to be briefed on current and future technologies. They also had the opportunity to confer with executives and product managers.
Sy Choudhury, Director of Product Management for Qualcomm, demonstrates how our web optimizations can enhance the overall web browsing and web apps experience on Android for Snapdragon S3 mobile processor-based devices.
Today Qualcomm is introducing a new way for our customers, our industry colleagues and consumers to identify the Snapdragon chipset that fits their needs. Those of you who know us well know that our current Snapdragon family of processors has grown to encompass over 15 different chips with feature sets that target mass market smartphones all the way through high end smartphones and tablets. And, although our Snapdragon chips are called processors, they are really system on chip solutions.
Everybody’s talking about 4G and now we’d like to show you what you get with Snapdragon on 4G/LTE.
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