Qualcomm Announces Next-generation Snapdragon Mobile Chipset Family

Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced its next mobile processor architecture for the Snapdragon family. The new processor micro-architecture, code-named Krait, in the next-generation Snapdragon will redefine performance for the industry, offering speeds of up to 2.5GHz per core and delivering 150 percent higher overall performance, as well as 65 percent lower power than currently available ARM-based CPU cores.

These chipsets will be available in single-, dual- and quad-core versions and include a new Adreno® GPU series with up to four 3D cores, and integrated multi-mode LTE modem.

via Qualcomm News and Events – Press Releases – Qualcomm Announces Next-generation Snapdragon Mobile Chipset Family.

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4 Responses to “Qualcomm Announces Next-generation Snapdragon Mobile Chipset Family”

  1. Qualcomm Announces Next-generation Snapdragon Mobile Chipset Family (via ibannieb Tech Support) | Jamie's Reposts Says:

    […] Qualcomm Announces Next-generation Snapdragon Mobile Chipset Family (via ibannieb Tech Support) Posted on April 3, 2011 by jamieellis Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced its next mobile processor architecture for the Snapdragon family. The new processor micro-architecture, code-named Krait, in the next-generation Snapdragon will redefine performance for the industry, offering speeds of up to 2.5GHz per core and delivering 150 percent higher overall performance, as well as 65 percent lower power than currently available ARM-based CPU cores. These chipsets will b … Read More […]

  2. Ready for My New Phone Now! « ibannieb Tech Support Says:

    […] the next generation Snapdragon mobile chipset in the works from Qualcomm, blazing fast Krait, it’s time to hand me down my HTC Touch Pro […]

  3. Annie B. Says:

    seriously, i know! unbelievable huh?

  4. teknophilia Says:

    I know this may seem old-fashioned, but can you believe we actually have phones with dual-core processors! I wonder how they’ll cope with all the bloatware phones have now.


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