Qualcomm has added another high-end chipset to its collection, which now includes a 5G capable chipset in all of its tiers.
Following Qualcomm’s announcement of its latest chipset, manufacturers all over the world are lining up to state their intention to use the chip in 2021. The latest is Oppo.
Realme has teased a new phone coming with Qualcomm’s brand new flagship Snapdragon 888 SoC early next year.
Two phones, one chip: Lenovo Legion Phone Duel and ASUS ROG Phone 3 bring gamers the power of Snapdragon 865 Plus
Two new gaming phones were announced on the same day, with Lenovo launching the Legion Phone Duel and ASUS unveiling the ROG Phone 3. Both powered by Snapdragon 865 Plus.
A year on from the switch-on of Vodafone’s 5G network, the carrier is now showcasing its first standalone 5G network at Coventry University.
EE is bringing the world’s first 5G connected PC from Lenovo to the UK later this year, and it looks pretty awesome!
Lenovo launched the first laptop with integrated 5G at CES. The Windows 10 machine goes on sale this spring, but don’t expect to see it in the UK yet. The Yoga 5G is a 2-in-1 ultra-portable laptop, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx 5G Compute platform, with 5G speeds up to… [Click for more]
It’s hard to recall many times I’ve written a story around a teaser image posted on Twitter, but when the image comes from the manufacturer itself, it can probably be considered pretty accurate! Earlier this year, Oppo hinted it would have a new 5G device on the market by the… [Click for more]
Last week at Oppo’s big UK launch event, I asked about the lack of a new 5G handset. I was told that Oppo is working hard on bringing new 5G phones to market, and today Oppo confirmed a new device will go on sale before the end of the year…. [Click for more]
Anker has today announced its latest fast-charging technology, Power IQ 3.0, allowing its next generation PowerPort+ Atom III charger to fast charge Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 devices, as well as USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) devices, like modern laptops and most high-end mobiles. The charger has a total output of 60W,… [Click for more]
There are plenty of people that don’t believe phone leaks are accidental, with ‘controlled leaks’ now considered a vital part of any product launch. In some cases, the ‘controlled leak’ goes a step further, like when Xiaomi decided to use its various social media channels to talk up the upcoming… [Click for more]
Qualcomm has launched its all-new Snapdragon wearable platform, Snapdragon Wear 3100. Although based on the existing 28nm design used in existing watches using Snapdragon Wear 2100, the new ‘killer app’ feature is an ultra-low co-processor that can extend battery life to as high as 30 days, although the actual gains… [Click for more]
Honor has today launched not one, but two affordable handsets. The Honor 7A and 7C are each very similar, with the main differentiation being screen size and a slightly different chipset and memory specification. Overall, the basic premise is the same on both models. A glass-fronted, aluminium chassis design, sporting… [Click for more]
There’s a real sense of competitiveness in the mobile industry right now, with key players EE and Vodafone working hard to upgrade their networks to add speed and capacity. 4G might still feel relatively new, but there are already many signs of problems affecting every network in many towns and… [Click for more]
So as MWC 2017 ended, I got to summarise my three-day trip and detail some of the highlights, some of the gimmicks and some opinion. A lot of opinion as it happens. The key theme of the event was 5G, but from a consumer perspective, 5G is still a fair way off… [Click for more]