Tag: Qualcomm

Meet this year’s mainstream processor: the Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G

[embedded content] Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7-series of processors have proven quite popular recently, powering a range of more affordable 5G smartphones throughout 2020. Examples include the popular Google Pixel 5 and OnePlus Nord, both packing the Snapdragon 765G. Then there’s the newer Samsung Galaxy A52 5G powered by the Snapdragon 750G, with everything you need for […]

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Qualcomm reportedly plans a Nintendo Switch clone based on Android

Qualcomm is reportedly making an Android-based console similar to the Nintendo Switch. It would include detachable controllers and output to a TV, and might even come with the Epic Games Store. A launch is tentatively slated for the first quarter of 2022 for around $300. Do you want a console like the Nintendo Switch with […]

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Leak: Qualcomm’s answer to Apple M1 could pack nothing but performance cores

Details of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx successor have seemingly leaked. The chip, being tested in two configs, could boast two banks of performance cores. Qualcomm launched the Snapdragon 8cx chipset in 2018, signaling its intent to join the Arm-based laptop race. Now, news of a full-blown successor has leaked. Details garnered by WinFuture suggest that Qualcomm’s […]

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Leak: Qualcomm’s next flagship chip could come with Leica camera smarts

Credit: Qualcomm Select details of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 successor have leaked. The chipset is apparently codenamed Waipio and bears model number SM8450. It reportedly includes a camera module named Leica 1. It’s no surprise that Qualcomm is already working on a Snapdragon 888 successor. The new flagship processor can be expected to launch in December […]

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Big Qualcomm fan? Check out the new Snapdragon Insiders community.

Snapdragon Insiders is an official community initiative for fans who want to dive deeper into Qualcomm’s technologies. The company has plans for monthly “drops,” with giveaways, access to experts, masterclasses, and backstage event access. Snapdragon Insiders can be found on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Reddit. As you’re reading this, I won’t pat myself on the […]

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