The likes of Asus, Honor, Vivo and Xiaomi are expected to feature the new Snapdragon 888 Plus 5G in flagship phones later this year.
The likes of Oppo and Xiaomi will be featuring the new Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset in its latest mid-range smartphones, Qualcomm confirms.
While Qualcomm has not confirmed rumours, this reported handheld gaming console would be Android-powered and a potential rival to the Switch.
The Snapdragon 870 5G is the successor to last year’s 865 Plus, with a number of second tier OEMs set to utilise the new mobile silicon.
The collaboration is designed to provide a wider range of Snapdragon phones four Android OS versions and your years of security support.
Qualcomm confirms that it was given permission by the US government to sell to Huawei, despite the Chinese firm still being on the entity list.
Qualcomm expands its 5G technology to its Snapdragon 4-series platform, with cheaper 5G phones on the way next year.
Quick Charge 5 is Qualcomm’s latest iteration of its smartphone charging technology, and could be launched in devices in the coming months.
5G-supporting silicon has now filtered down entry-level phones, with the Snapdragon 690 slated for use later this year.
The Snapdragon 768G 5G features improvements across the board compared to the previous generation.
Qualcomm says COVID-19 will have an impact on phone shipments in the coming months.
The new chipsets will be used in devices not cut out for 5G.
The new display tech is expected to be available alongside new phones next year.
It will still require a 5G modem to deliver the touted connectivity speeds.
It looks like 2020 will be the year 5G flourishes.
It’s a “mobile computing” notebook, but local details are in short supply for now.
The company may soon have its own in-house solution for phone modems.
Qualcomm has given its Snapdragon 855 SOC a bit of a refresh for devices being released in the latter half of the year.