Qualcomm is, without a doubt, one of the world’s leading mobile chip manufacturers. It seems like just about every flagship Android device launched inside the US is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon. So just how many devices have been shipped running a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor?
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf made the announcement today ... Read More »
Despite the fact that it makes its own processors, Samsung has long depended on Qualcomm because its processors have historically been the only ones with LTE on the chip itself, a necessity for markets like the US. And while Samsung Exynos processors are nice, the lack of LTE is their downfall. However, Samsung’s relationship with Qualcomm will ... Read More »
NVIDIA hasn’t had the best of luck with when it comes to the adoption of its newest processors. Despite making solid mobile chips (aside from the Tegra 2, that was terrible), most companies don’t want to use NVIDIA’s hardware in their devices. Qualcomm processors are more popular and probably cheaper to use.
Instead of continuing to push for ... Read More »
We all that technology moves at a crazy fast rate. It’s incredible to see how amazing our smartphones have become over the last few years. And while it can also get a little depressing when your flagship device is surpassed by a new product, what’s worse is when your flagship is still the absolute best ... Read More »
In the mobile industry, Samsung has made a name for itself with its line of in-house Exynos processors. But in the past year or so, we haven’t seen many phones with them implemented. After its last chip faced some issues, Samsung has gone back to create a new chip: the newly revealed Exynos 5 Octa ... Read More »
Week three rolls around and we’re starting to feel good. Got our rhythm, got callers, got a show (no dead air!). Making everything better is the insanely lively chat room filled with Android users and devs (you should be there).