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Snapdragon processor powered phones win MWC awards

At this year’s GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the GSMA announced the winners of the 19th Annual Global Mobile awards, showcasing outstanding innovation and creative products and services. The winners included two Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor powered smartphones, and showcased the breadth of solutions the family of Snapdragon processors is designed to offer.

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Aio Wireless adds new Motorola, Nokia and ZTE phones

Announced last week, Aio Wireless is adding three new Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor powered phones and three new, simple plans.

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Google Nexus 7 tablet coming to Verizon Wireless

Starting tomorrow, Verizon Wireless customers can get the latest Google 7” tablet on one of the nation’s largest 4G LTE networks. Powered by an all-in-one Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor, the Nexus 7 tablet is the perfect mix of power and portability, and now comes with more pricing options.

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Snapdragon processors in (near) space

Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors can be found pretty much anywhere – even 97,000 feet above Earth. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. engineer Gene Swiech and five University of Texas students recently sent a Snapdragon S4 Plus processor-based DragonBoard™ to near space to prove it could be done.

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YotaPhone: 2 screens, 1 smartphone.

First demonstrated at CES in 2013 as a prototype, Russian company Yota Devices’ breakthrough 4.3-inch dual-screen phone, called YotaPhone, challenges smartphone convention. The YotaPhone gives consumers a bright LCD on one side for tasks like gaming and watching videos, and a more battery-efficient electronic paper display on the other side for reading an e-book, checking notifications and sending emails.

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Hands on with the BlackBerry Q10

Where the familiar comfort of a tactile keyboard meets the intuitive performance of touchscreen technology, you’ll find the BlackBerry Q10. This multitasking smartphone has all the tools you need to accomplish amazing things at work and enjoy engaging fun in your down time – all in a lighter, thinner, stronger package than you’ve ever seen on a BlackBerry.

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Hands on with the Sony Xperia Tablet Z

The Sony Xperia Tablet Z runs like a rocket thanks to the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, designed to provide silky-smooth Web scrolling, stutter-free movie playback, and console-quality games.

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Hands on with the Nokia Lumia 1020

Can a phone really take the place of a camera? Many a weekend snap-shooter would say no, the image quality just isn’t there, but the Nokia Lumia 1020 may change a few minds. Built around a powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, the Lumia doesn’t miss a beat, even while capturing 41-megapixel still photos and high-definition video.

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Hands on with the Nexus 7

After winning the hearts of many savvy tablet lovers with the original Nexus 7, Google raised the stakes even higher with the 2013 edition of its popular 7-inch model. The second generation Nexus 7 tablet is thinner, lighter, faster, and stocked with enough new features to keep tablet fans smiling.

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The new Moto X is ready when you are

The brand-new Moto X is the first smartphone to be developed in partnership by Google and Motorola. Together, they’ve jam packed the Moto X with the best features from each of their camps to create ground-breaking capabilities and powered the cutting-edge smartphone in large part with the multi-tasking, battery efficient Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor.

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