Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 and 615 64-bit LTE-enabled chips unveiled: mid-range phones about to get better

Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 and 615 64-bit LTE-enabled chips unveiled

Aside from the new powerful Snapdragon 801, Qualcomm also unveiled a pair of chips for the new wave of rock-solid mid-range devices. The Snapdragon 610 and Snapdragon 615 are 64-bit chips, packing four and eight ARMv8 cores, respectively. In addition, both of them integrate multi-mode global Cat4 LTE modem, dual-SIM/dual active (DSDA), 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth…

Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 unveiled: faster Snapdragon 800 with integrated dual SIM capability, in devices by the end of March

Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 unveiled

Qualcomm announced an improved version of its popular Snapdragon 800 SoC. The new Snapdragon 801 is not as powerful as the upcoming Snapdragon 805, but it’s fast, nonetheless. Compared with the existing Snapdragon 800, the new chip comes with 14% faster Krait 400 processor cores, 28% faster Adreno 330 graphics, and 45% faster camera sensor…

Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL all unveiled at MWC

Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL all unveiled at MWC

The day has come – Nokia has officially joined the Android market with not one, but three different devices. These three are Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL, all of which get their power from a rather mediocre 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. There are some changes as well – Nokia X has a…

LG G Pro 2 Makes a Splash at MWC 2014

LG G Pro 2

LG announced the new LG G Pro 2 phablet in Korea ten days ago, and the beautiful device has made its way to MWC 2014 in Barcelona. The device will go on sale in Korea by the end of February. Appearing alongside a slew of LG devices, like the LG G2 mini, F70 and F90,…

Firefox OS at MWC 2014: Mozilla Unveils Reference Smartphone and Tablets, Alcatel Introduces 3 Smartphones and one Tablet, $25 Smartphone on the way

firefoxfeat

MWC 2014 is off and running, and there’s been no shortage of Firefox OS news so far. Some say the mobile OS will go nowhere, with Android and iOS dominating much of the world. But if Mozilla and Alcatel have their way, smartphone users in emerging markets will be sporting $25 Firefox OS smartphones. Sound too…

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