Snapdragon 600 articles
NEC innovated the first liquid cooling for smartphone SoCs, its first implementation is the Medias X, which uses a tiny coolant channel to keep a Snapdragon 600 chip cool. Liquid cooling could be the way forward for designers striving for slim, lightweight devices.
Upon the expected launch of Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini, new pictures have appeared on the internet. The release date of the upcoming mini version of the Samsung's flagship smartphone is expected by the end of the month, and judging from the photos it sure looks appealing.
It has been a while since we last heard about NVIDIA Tegra 4 and its Project Shield. The main reason to that is the Qualcomm, and its newest SoCs. A portable device equipped with Tegra 4 SoC has appeared in AnTuTu benchmark and got an outstanding score.
HTC doesn't share Acer's pessimism with Windows RT, with the company is working on 7-inch and 12-inch tablets based on the ARM-wrestling software. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 quad-core SoC could be a front-runner for the chip that drives these devices.
Impressed with the Optimus G Pro, but find its 5.5-inch screen a tad too big? No worries, LG shrunk it down to 5-inch with the Optimus GK, featuring the same 1080p resolution, and the same premium innards of its older sibling. It's launched first are Korea-exclusive.
While the US is still waiting for the official date release, the LG Optimus G Pro is now on sale in Japan stores. The phone has the same name as its Korean counterpart, but there is a big difference. Instead of 5.5-inch display, it features a smaller 5-inch screen.
With a change in guard in its marketing department, HTC plans to undergo a brand transformation, beginning with retiring its "Quietly Brilliant" tagline, which is no longer in sync with what the company has been up to, in the days following Samsung Galaxy S 4 launch.
It was already known that Samsung's flagship smartphone will feature two different processors. However, there was no information about what market will get what Galaxy S IV version. According to a new report, most of Europe will get a Snapdragon 600 version the S IV.
Samsung launched its flagship yesterday, but the hype is not winding down. According to Qualcomm, Samsung will use its Snapdragon 600 processor and the Adreno 320 GPU in the Galaxy S IV version for the U.S. and Canada while select regions will get Exynos 5 Octa.
Over at the MWC, NVIDIA has revealed benchmarks to compare the Tegra 4 to Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 and 800. After NVIDIA posted the results, Qualcomm's Senior Vice President of Product Management said that their upcoming Snapdragon 800 easily beats NVIDIA's Tegra 4.