Despite the impressive Tegra 4 benchmarks, Qualcomm remains adamant that its new Snapdragon 800 has Nvidia beaten.
Neither Qualcomm or MediaTek see any real consumer demand for octo-core CPUs, according to sources at MWC and their latest product road maps.
In a note to clients concerning TSMC , JPMorgan Rick Hsu says that the he expects Samsung to offer at least two distinct versions of the Galaxy S4.
Excited about the ZTE Grand Memo featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800? Sorry if you got your hopes up, but it’s not happening.
This morning, noted rumor purveyor Sam Mobile dropped a bomb on Samsung Galaxy S fans, with a report that allegedly contains the official specifications of the upcoming Galaxy S4. The shocker is that Samsung will supposedly not be using an Exynos processors nor an AMOLED display on their 2013 flagship.
Market research firm Forward Concepts reports that Qualcomm shipped 86 percent of 47 FDD-LTE cellphone modems shipped in 2012 while its competitor, Samsung, shipped a mere nine percent.
Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung, and many others, are all vying for that precious system on a chip spot on your phone’s circuit board, but which is the best?
A second report is now saying that Samsung will use Qualcomm chips in the upcoming Galaxy S4 instead of its own eight-core Exynos 5 Octa process.
There are roughly 40 4G LTE bands currently in use, which makes lives incredibly difficult for handset makers. Qualcomm thinks they can help, and we should see their solution later this year.
Qualcomm introduces Quick Charge 2.0 and Snapdragon Voice Activation, two amazing features integrated with Snapdragon 800 processor.