Qualcomm recently stated in a blog spot that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is capable of Full HD video capture at no less than 60 fps. However, it may have been just a typo.
Qualcomm releases ‘Reign of Amira: the Lost Kingdom’, a game designed to show off the power of the Snapdragon 600
Qualcomm wants you to know that its new Snapdragon 600 processor is totally badass in just about every way, gaming included. That’s why Qualcomm has released ‘Reign of Amira: the Lost Kingdom’ to show off the power of the processor.
An ET News report states that 70% of the first 10 million Samsung Galaxy S4 units will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor.
One of the most debated Samsung Galaxy S4 stories preceding the official unveiling was the one related to the processor or processors powering the “next big thing”.
You might not remember this, but HTC was not the sole Full HD phone road-opener, with Sharp unveiling a 1080p device very early as well.
Faster processor speeds and beefed up graphics hardware are just some of the improvements that Qualcomm is packing into its next-gen Snapdragon chips.
Remember the processor controversy that surrounded the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the eve of its unveiling? As it turns out, it’s not fully cleared up yet, even though we all thought it was behind us.
Amid an endless sea of low-cost Chinese handsets of dubious quality, there are a few hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. One of these gems looks to be the Vivo Xplay, the officially announced flagship from Vivo.
Who’s up for a new round of Samsung Galaxy S4-related rumors? Well, who isn’t? Especially that there are so many mysteries left to be revealed with only a little over 24 hours to go until the official announcement.
ZTE has apparently confirmed that it will launch multiple Grand Memo versions, with one of them packing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 flagship processor.