We heard rumors of a Snapdragon 800-series “Lite” chip for a while now, and the new Snapdragon 870 seems to fit the bill.
Qualcomm has a new flagship-series chip for 2021. Let’s see how it compares with the bleeding-edge Snapdragon 888.
Qualcomm’s $1.4 billion purchase of Nuvia has major implications for the company’s approach to phone and server CPU designs.
Expect custom CPUs from the same person behind Apple’s class-leading iPhone chips.
With details of the Exynos 2100, Snapdragon 888, A14 Bionic, and Kirin 9000 chipsets now official let’s rundown 2021’s SoCs.
You won’t be quite so frustrated when unlocking your phone.
Honor has confirmed that it now has independent deals with Qualcomm, Intel, and a bunch of other tech firms.
You’ll also see upgrade to camera and graphics performance.