Qualcomm announced its flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset earlier this month, and the 5nm chip is expected to power many of tomorrow’s top-end devices — some variants of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series included. Xiaomi, OPPO, and Realme will launch their own Snapdragon 888-based devices as well.
Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
Huawei‘s smartphone business is still in a pickle amid a trade dispute between the United States and China, which has left one of the world’s largest smartphone vendors without access to global chip suppliers, for one.
MediaTek and Kirin chipsets may be dominating in the midrange category, but the flagship space is still Qualcomm’s territory, as seen in the more recent Antutu Benchmark rankings. And it looks like its reign won’t end soon.
Two days after releasing the September lists of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones available in China, Antutu Benchmark has shared the global rankings.
Close to two weeks into October, and we finally have Antutu Benchmark’s September list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones that were released in China.
The global rankings of best-performing Android smartphones in August 2020 are finally out, a few days after Antutu Benchmark revealed the lists for devices released in China.
Antutu has just released the July rankings for midrange and flagship Android smartphones released in China, and devices from one smartphone manufacturer came out on top.
The World Intellectual Property Organization has published its performance report for 2019 with some interesting findings.
We already know a lot of new flagship phones that have been launched lately, such as the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, are powered by Qualcomm’s latest and greatest — and 5G-compatible — Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Newer processors are designed to beat its predecessors, but there was an outlier last year that raised doubts. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor couldn’t defeat the earlier launched Apple A12 Bionic processor. So, we wonder if the upcoming Snapdragon 865 will suffer the same fate against Apple’s current A13 Bionic chipset.
With the launch of Qualcomm’s newest flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset, you can expect PUBG Mobile to get a significant visual and performance upgrade. The processor has essential features that can help improve gaming performance, particularly for the game mentioned above.
Qualcomm has announced a more powerful version of its flagship chip.
Qualcomm today announced its latest flagship processor at its annual Snapdragon Technology Summit in Hawaii. And no, it won’t be called the Snapdragon 8150, as was widely expected.
One company’s loss is another company’s gain. That seems to be the case with Apple’s legal battle with Qualcomm over patents and licensing.
ELL, make that five for each Geekbench 4 test — five smartphones for single-core and another five for multi-core. In case you didn’t know, Geekbench is one of the industry-standard, cross-platform benchmarking tools. It’s synthetic, yes, but until many apps have been optimized for iOS 11, we’d settle for this than for supposedly real-world “(insert name of iOS device here) vs (insert name of Android handset here)” tests. Just to be fair.
lot has been written about the imminent Samsung Galaxy S8 rocking a Snapdragon 835 processor before any other phone from any other company but the Korean giant. And even more has been said about the effects of said phone getting first dibs on Qualcomm’s fastest and baddest chipset ever.
HE wraps are expected to come off the LG G6 in just a couple of weeks, with the top-shelf phone set to take center stage during the company’s keynote presentation at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
ARLIER today, we wrote a piece about the LG G6 being (partially) outed by The Verge by way of a render that shows off the top half of the device. Many gushed over LG’s use — or almost non-use — of bezels that drew comparisons to Xiaomi’s daring Mi MIX concept phone.
few days ago, videos by Total Tech set the mobile world on fire when they showed what is supposedly Nokia’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Nokia 8, in Qualcomm’s booth at CES 2017. After all, many people are still rooting for the brand. And with TK O’Connors — the man behind the YouTube channel — talking about specs that could catapult Nokia to the top of the smartphone charts again, who wouldn’t hope that he was right?