Most people dread moving. But with your mobile devices’ super efficient Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ mobile processor you can quickly download and use some of our favorite apps for Android phones to help you stress a little less about your big move.
When it comes to keeping up with the latest headlines you have almost as many options as there are headlines. To help you get the news you want the way you want it, we’ve put together a few of our favorite cost-free Android news apps for your favorite mobile devices with ultra multitasking Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors.
HTC recently launched their “Here’s to Change” campaign with videos starring Robert Downey, Jr. as a consultant who comes up with inspired phrases that all have the acronym “HTC” including “Hold This Cat” and “Humungous Tinfoil Catamaran” and then brings those phrases to life. The videos point to the idea that with HTC mobile devices, like the HTC One powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600 mobile processor, your smartphone can be anything you want it to be.
Having a mobile device within arm’s length gives you the power to make healthier life choices. With a multitasking Snapdragon mobile processor at the heart of your phone, you and your smartphone have everything you need to hit the ground running.
Announced September 4th at IFA in Berlin, and available in the US in October, the new Samsung GALAXY Note 3 is poised to be a showstopper in the world of phablets.
The NFL season is upon us, and if you are unhealthily obsessed with football like I am (you probably don't want to follow me on Twitter during Redskins games), you want to have constant access. Like me, you probably plan your entire schedule around when football is on TV. Still, there are times where something takes you off your couch – it's unfortunate, but it does happen. Your two options in this situation are to A) record the game on your DVR, then avoid the Internet and all contact with other humans who may talk about football, and hope you don't get the result spoiled, or B) get football on your phone.
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.
The newest addition to LG’s G series (which recently added the LG Optimus G Pro and LG G2) is the first tablet in the series and is 8.3 inches of (very) high definition. The G Pad 8.3, according to LG, is the world’s first tablet in the 8-inch class to offer a Full HD display. With a resolution of 1920 x 1200, the picture quality on this new tablet is actually even higher resolution that standard Full HD (1920x1080) displays.
Samsung added to their growing GALAXY lineup last week, with the release of the GALAXY Mega “phablet,” or smartphone-tablet hybrid.
The next time you fly Delta, don’t be surprised if a smartphone takes your drink order. The airline announced last week that over 19,000 flight attendants will now carry Nokia Lumia 820 handsets for processing in-flight purchases.
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