Benchmarks from RBMen suggest that a new flagship Pantech smartphone will be using Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 processor. The phone scores some impressive Antutu results, beating out the Exynos 5 Octa Galaxy S4.
Qualcomm has shown off its new Mirasol display technology at SID Display Week, which offers a higher resolution and better energy efficiency than current displays.
According to sources close to Oppo, the company is working on a new Find handset which will be powered by Qualcomm’s top of the line Snapdragon 800.
Intel finally took the wraps off its radical new Silvermont microarchitecture, signifying a revamp of the entire Atom platform. Could this finally lead to its success in the quest for world mobile market domination?
Nokia and Qualcomm are the latest investors in Pelican Imaging’s new array camera technology, which aims to set a new benchmark for smartphone photography.
The king of Qualcomm’s 2013 SoCs, the Snapdragon 800, is set for mass production in late May, although it’s not known at this time what smartphones will use it.
Wireless charging is still an emerging technology, but the battle is already heating up between the Wireless Power Consortium and the Alliance for Wireless Power for who will control the global standard. We break down the differences between the two competing technologies.
Google will refresh the Nexus 7 this summer. The revamped model will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and have a higher screen resolution.
Qualcomm has admitted to making a mistake concerning the Samsung Galaxy S4 camera specs. As we suspected, the camera only does 1080p video recording at 30fps, not 60fps.
Samsung aims to replace the current Qi standard with A4WP certified, WiPower wireless charging devices, which should be available sometime next year.