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Verizon Wireless announced their latest mobile game offering today, entitled Rigonauts. We worked with Verizon and Engient, the developers of the game, to bring this Snapdragon-optimized Android game exclusively to Verizon Wireless customers for a two-week period, starting 10/9 and ending 10/23.
And by cool, we’re not referring to its looks. Heat isn’t something gadget users always worry about. However, there are circumstances when a mobile device will heat up significantly, say, when you’re playing a 3D intensive game, chatting with video enabled, or watching an HD movie continuously for long periods of time.
You may remember the video we did last month where we sent one phone featuring a Snapdragon processor around the world on one battery charge. Are you interested in finding out more about how we did it?
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.
On the eve of the 2012 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, we’ve announced some additional games that will be available exclusively for Android devices featuring Snapdragon processors. Qualcomm has worked closely with developers of these games to fully maximize the power of Snapdragon mobile processors and their embedded GPUs to bring a better gaming experience to mobile users.
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.
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