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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.
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.
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.
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.
Contrary to what our Snapdragon™ processors “A Dragon is Coming” video says, this dragon is coming to a theater near you. Our lightning-fast, powerful, multi-tasking dragon who brings longer battery life to your smart device will precede some of your favorite movies in theaters nationwide, starting today through April 25.
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors sponsored the Pandora Discovery Den where they showcased a great and eclectic mix of bands. If you couldn't make it to SXSW this year, you can still hear all the music on the Pandora Discovery Den mixtape.
Well, it's February, and that means awards season. You may be familiar with the big awards for movies, TV, music – but did you know that there are also awards for mobile processors? Lately Snapdragon™ processors have been at the podium a lot.
Brace yourselves - a dragon is coming. Not to a theater, and not to an enchanted little village. Nope, this dragon is coming to your phone. Well, technically - IN your phone.
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