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Android and Sony lovers can now enjoy the best of both worlds with the release of the Sony Z Ultra Google Play edition powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 Processor. Released with Android’s newest operating system, Android 4.4 KitKat, the Z Ultra will come unlocked and contract-free for AT&T and T-Mobile from the Google Play store for $649.
From underdog battles to all-out brawls, there’s always something exciting happening in the NHL. To help you keep up with all the action, we found the top 5 NHL apps for getting live coverage, scores and videos. Try them out on a smartphone or tablet with an all-in-one Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, designed to provide incredible speed and better battery life from faceoff to finish.
As you head online and in-store this holiday season, don’t forget your multi-tasking Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ powered smartphone to help you get the right gift for everyone on your holiday list. Plan, compare and shop with these 12 shopping apps, and be sure to download the battery-boosting Snapdragon BatteryGuru app to help make sure you through all your holiday shopping.
It’s sleek, thin, powerful and most importantly—intuitive. The LG G2, powered by an insanely fast and multi-tasking Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 processor, is made for people that could use some serious speed and performance. Its ergonomic design fits snugly in your hand while breaking smartphone convention with rear-key buttons logically placed where your fingertips meet your phone. The LG G2 maintains its powerhouse of a reputation with a specially engineered and efficient battery, beautiful display, crisp camera functions and exclusive software to make even your most hectic days genuinely better.
We know to expect some spectacular deals on Cyber Monday, the internet’s answer to the shopping frenzy of Black Friday. But what should you look for when it comes to having the right processor in the smartphones and tablets you’re shopping for?
If you, or a student in your life, are looking to get a new smartphone this holiday season, Best Buy and Sprint are giving you a really good reason to shop with them first. Now through Jan. 4, 2014, Best Buy and Sprint are giving students 12 months of free talk, text and data from Sprint when they buy a Sprint phone at the Student Activated Price at Best Buy and activate a new line of service on an Unlimited, My Way plan, which includes unlimited talk, text and 1GB data each month for smartphones.
Black Friday is still a few days away, but retailers are already out of the gate with their promotional information and sales circulars, so shoppers can start getting prepared for the biggest shopping day of the year. A number of those deals will give shoppers access to Android-based devices at great prices.
If you’re a Sprint customer, unlimited 4G is just one of the many added bonuses of their service and their smartphones. To help you make the most of all that data, we’ve gathered the top smartphones available to Sprint customers and packed with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor designed to bring you better battery life, faster performance and reliable connectivity. Be sure to go online and enter your zip code to see which Sprint phones are available to you.
Shrinking the jaw-dropping 4.7-inch display of the HTC One down to 4.3 inches makes for a whole new smartphone experience - one that’s better suited for both small hands and skinny jeans. While the HTC One mini is reduced in size, it doesn’t lose a single step in flash or functionality on its broader-screened brother. It retains all the vigor and value by baking in a powerful processor, vibrant display, beautiful software, awe-inspiring camera, and booty-shaking sound.
With AT&T, you’ll get the largest 4G LTE network for high-speed Internet coverage almost anywhere and your phone choices are practically endless. To help you narrow down your holiday wish list, we’ve gathered the hottest AT&T smartphones with all-in-one Snapdragon processors that keep you connected at lightning-fast speeds and plugging-in less with incredible battery life.
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