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Snapdragon hosts consumer media event, unveils photobooth and highlights hottest devices for the holidays

Oct 28, 2013

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Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth HTC One

At the first Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ consumer media event last week, we unveiled and demonstrated for the first time at a live event, the much buzzed-about 540-degree Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth.

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth HTC One

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth HTC One

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth HTC One

The Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth, created using 130 HTC One smartphones all powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors, captures 540-degree frozen moment snapshots—like the one below. To see the full gallery of animated gifs and photos, and to vote to bring the Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth to your city, check out the Snapdragon Booth site.

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth NYC event

The hottest smartphones and tablets were also on-hand including devices from HTC, LG, Sony, Samsung, Amazon, Motorola, and Google. Guests experienced several cutting-edge features made possible by a Snapdragon processor including the power of 4K UltraHD video capture, 3D mobile gaming, advanced 7.1 surround sound, SnapCam with blink and smile detection and more.

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth event NYC

New device applications were also on stage, showcasing cutting-edge capabilities powered by Snapdragon processors.

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth NYC Event

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth NYC Event

Qualcomm Snapdragon Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth NYC Event

Want the full list of smartphones and tablets showcased at the event below to get a head start on your holiday wishlist? We’ve got it here for you.

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

Google Nexus 7

HTC One

HTC One Max

LG G2

LG Optimus G Pro

LG G Pad 8.3

Moto X

Nokia Lumia 2520

Nokia Lumia 1520

Nokia Lumia 1020

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (LTE)

Samsung Galaxy S4

Sony Xperia Z Ultra

Sony Xperia Z Tablet

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