Qualcomm Stories January 21
Qualcomm unveils 4G-only Snapdragon 720G, 662, and 460 chipsets
Qualcomm has launched three brand new 4G-only chips aimed at improving connectivity in areas where 5G adoption is likely to be low. The brand new Snapdragon 720G, 662, and 460 chips offer faster 4G internet speeds with extended hardware features.
Qualcomm Stories December 5, 2019
PUBG Mobile to add 90fps support on high-refresh rate displays, 10-bit HDR
The reveal of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 has brought a few interesting tidbits of related news and today, it’s also giving new information about the hit game PUBG Mobile. Apparently, thanks in part to the Snapdragon 865, PUBG Mobile will soon be adding 90fps support.
Qualcomm Stories December 4, 2019
Qualcomm flew me out and put me up in Maui, Hawaii to sit through a couple keynotes about its new smartphone chips, so here I am telling you about their new smartphone chips. The company announced the Snapdragon 865 and 765 yesterday, and today they detailed them in full. Here’s pretty much everything you need to know about the former — the flagship chip… expand full story
It’s day one of the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit, and we’re on the ground on Wailea, Maui, Hawaii to bring you all the latest. We’ll have coverage throughout the week. If you’d prefer to get the word directly from the mouth of the beast as well, you can stream the main keynotes every day this week — Tuesday through Thursday.
Qualcomm Stories December 3, 2019
Qualcomm unveils new ‘3D Sonic Max’ fingerprint sensor that’s… a lot bigger
Qualcomm has today announced its latest fingerprint sensor, the 3D Sonic Max. This fingerprint sensor is the followup to last year’s 3D Sonic Sensor, and the most important thing that makes it different from last year’s model is that it’s… a lot bigger — 17 times bigger to be exact.
We’re here in Maui, and Qualcomm has today announced its latest flagship smartphone system-on-a-chip, the Snapdragon 865. They also announced a couple of mid-range chips by the names of Snapdragon 765 and Snapdragon 765G, respectively. expand full story