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17 Aug 2010

Qualcomm to release dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon smartphone CPUs in Q4

According to IDG News Service, Qualcomm plans to ship its next-gen Snapdragon processors during the Q4 2010. The new dual core chips, named QSD8672, run at 1.5GHz clockspeed, which is 500GHz faster than the company's current model. Some manufacturers could even start selling smartphones running the new chip by Christmas, according to Qualcomm's vice president of product management, Mark Frankel.

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02 Mar 2010

Video: Qualcomm's MSM7x30 shows off stellar 3D and multimedia performance

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19 Nov 2009

Qualcomm intros chips for 'mainstream smartphones'

Qualcomm intros chips for 'mainstream smartphones'

Qualcomm has announced a family of chipsets for "mainstream smartphones", called MSM7x30. Key highlights of those new chipsets will include:

  • Support for 800 MHz to 1GHz frequences;
  • Support for 720p video encoding / decoding at 30fps;
  • Integrated 2D and 3D graphics (with support for OpenGL ES 2.0 and OpenVG 1.1);
  • 5.1-ch

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08 Jan 2009

HTC turns its back to Qualcomm?

HTC turns its back to Qualcomm?

Just to let you know: according to some sources, HTC might soon stop using Qualcomm’s sluggish 3G chips, and will instead go for Ericsson’s Mobile Platform (EMP), especially since the latter produces one of the smallest tri-band 3.5G chipsets.

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01 Aug 2008

Qualcomm completes the first 20Mbps HSPA+ data call

Qualcomm completes the first 20Mbps HSPA+ data call

Qualcomm has successfully completed the world's first data call via HSPA+ network. Data throughput exceeded 20Mbps using a 5MHz band of the spectrum. HSPA+ is backwardly compatible with current UMTS, HSDPA, and HSUPA devices, has a theoretical maximum bandwidth of 42Mbps for the downlink and 22Mbps for the uplink, and will double the data capacity of the current HSPA network while trippling the voice capacity.

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21 May 2008

Qualcomm to Bring MediaFLO to the U.K.

Qualcomm to Bring MediaFLO to the U.K.

Qualcomm will pay $16.3 million for 40 MHz of L-Band spectrum in the U.K.

The company plans to use this spectrum to test and further improve its MediaFLO mobile TV technology. DVB-H was recently chosen by the European Commission as the standard for mobile TV in Europe, so it is unclear whether Qualcomm has other purposes behind its attempt to bring MediaFLO to European markets.

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14 May 2008

Two Mobile TV Standards on Single Chip by Qualcomm

Two Mobile TV Standards on Single Chip by Qualcomm

Qualcomm has developed a chip that supports both MediaFLO and International Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting-Terrestrial (International ISDB-T) mobile TV standards.

The latter is a technology allowing users in countries like Japan or Brazil to capture free TV signals. According to Qualcomm, this will help operators to offer both free and paid TV services to their customers.

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27 Feb 2008

Nokia-Qualcomm Patent Battles Quiet Down

Nokia-Qualcomm Patent Battles Quiet Down

There seems to be some progress in the ongoing patent battles between Nokia and Qualcomm.

The two companies agreed not to fill any new lawsuits against each other, as well as put on hold and consolidate some of cases in order to boost the proceedings.

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25 Jan 2008

Motorola Expands Relationship with Qualcomm

Motorola Expands Relationship with Qualcomm

Motorola announced that it intends to expand its relationship with Qualcomm, and will integrate Qualcomm's chipsets into certain UMTS 3G handsets starting at the end of 2008 and in 2009.

Terms of the agreement were not announced.

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17 Dec 2007

FCC Approves Toshiba Portege G910 and G920

FCC Approves Toshiba Portege G910 and G920

The FCC has just approved Toshiba Portege G910 and G920 PDA models.

They both operate on a Qualcomm CPU running Windows Mobile 6 Pro OS, and support 3G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity. Other features include dual cameras with flash, and GPS receiver, though G910 model has it turned off for some reason.

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