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Available July 19th, the HTC 8XT, with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor, is the first Windows Phone 8 smartphone to be available on the Sprint network–and is the very first Windows Phone with HTC BoomSound™.
These days, most smartphones have pretty good cameras built in (especially those with Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors). Which is why you’re probably taking more pictures with the phone in your hand than the camera collecting dust in your closet. Here’s where the newest Nokia smartphone comes in and takes center stage.
With summer in full swing, vacations and road trips may be in your sun-filled horizon. And with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor in your smartphone or mobile device, the power to capture a beautiful memory is built right into your smartphone and mobile devices. Check out some tricks and tips to help you get the most out of the camera features on your Snapdragon powered smartphone.
There was a time in the evolution of mobile phones that smaller was clearly better.
There are a lot of reasons it’s called Ultra. As one of the first smartphones with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 mobile processor, and boasting several cutting-edge features Sony’s newest offering, the Xperia Z Ultra, is fast becoming a must-have large-screen smartphone.
If you spend a lot of time gazing at your phone, set your sights on the Sony Xperia™ Z. Initially announced at CES 2013, and already released and widely popular outside the US, Sony announced today that T-Mobile will be the exclusive US carrier to bring the phone to eager fans.
Capitalizing on the success of its flagship smartphone, Samsung is releasing a more rugged spin-off of the GALAXY S4. Dubbed the “GALAXY S4 Active,” the new phone will meet the IP67 standard for durability, designed to allow it to handle conditions the majority of consumer electronics can’t. You’ll find this tough new device on sale at AT&T locations starting June 21, with presale starting today
From sending emails to watching HD video, an all-in-one processor is designed to make every operation on your smartphone smoother, faster and more energy efficient.
The highly regarded Google keyboard, gesture typing and all, is coming to the entire Android line-up by way of the Google Play store. Previously only available on the Nexus line, Google’s keyboard was sorely missed by some consumers who opted to purchase other Android devices, like Samsung or HTC phones. Now, any device running on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) or later will be able to install the keyboard as an app.
Good things come in small packages, too. Soon you’ll be able to pick up a mini, lighter version of the popular Samsung GALAXY S4 smartphone, powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon®400 processor.
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