Qualcomm will be showing the latest Snapdragon-powered mobile computing devices, including tablets running Android 3.0, at COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011, May 31 – June 4.
The company says its Snapdragon family of smart mobile processors has steadily gained traction across a diverse array of mobile operating systems, including Android, BlackBerry, Chrome, HP webOS, Windows Phone and the next version of Windows.
Snapdragon mobile processors currently power 125 announced smartphones and tablets, with another 250 designs in development, more than 40 of which are tablets.[ Also Read: 10 Hot Mobile Apps You Can’t Ignore ]
“We are very pleased with the tremendous Snapdragon traction we have been getting with a variety of companies,” said Luis Pineda, senior vice president of product management, computing and consumer products at Qualcomm.
“We are showcasing some truly innovative products from HTC, HP, ASUS and many more OEMs that are leading the mobile computing industry.”
Qualcomm has built Snapdragon mobile processors from the ground up to deliver the best mobile processing, graphics and connectivity, integrated to deliver the highest performance with the least power consumption.[ Also Read: Why Marketers are Chasing the Mobile Mirage ]
The Snapdragon MSM8x60 family of mobile processors is a leading solution for the latest multitasking tablets and smartphones, offering two asynchronous processor cores; an integrated Adreno 220 GPU with twice the processing power of its predecessor; and support for up to a 16 megapixel camera.
The Snapdragon MSM8x55 family of processors substantially improves overall user experience, increases system performance and further extends battery life, says the company.
Qualcomm is a leading company, offering 3G and next-generation mobile technologies.
Photo courtesy: Qualcomm
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