Processor

Qualcomm unveils the RF360 with a push towards global 4G LTE support

Qualcomm has come forward with an official announcement for their RF360 Front End Solution. This is described as being a "comprehensive, system-level solution" that takes the issue of radio band fragmentation into consideration. Or in simpler terms, the Qualcomm RF360 Front End Solution will allow OEMs to integrate a single and global 4G LTE design in mobile devices.

3 GHz NovaThor L8580 eQuad mobile processor claims to be world’s fastest

ST-Ericsson’s NovaThor mobile processors might not be a household name, but they've been putting a lot of effort lately into their mobile lineup. For those that are unaware, their processors power the Galaxy S III Mini, the Sony Xperia Go, and a few other mid-range devices from yester-year. However their new quad-core 3.0 GHz silicon is claiming to be the world's fastest mobile CPU.

Qualcomm details ‘always-on’ Snapdragon voice activation features

When Qualcomm announced their new Snapdragon 600 and 800 series processors earlier this year for mobile devices they left a few fancy features and details out of the picture. Today however the folks from Qualcomm are back in the news and are sharing information on multiple neat new features we'll be seeing in upcoming Snapdragon-powered device. One being their voice activation. Read on for more details.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 and 200 processors unveiled

Qualcomm previously announced the Snapdragon 800 and 600 series processors and as of today, they have done the same for the Snapdragon 400 and 200 series processors. This follows the tiered structure announced by Qualcomm where the Snapdragon series would have the 800 and 600 series processors aimed at high-end devices and tablets and the 400 and 200 series processors aimed at the mid- and entry-level devices.

NVIDIA Phoenix smartphone platform revealed with Tegra 4i quad-core

Earlier today NVIDIA announced their all new Tegra 4i quad-core 4G LTE integrated mobile processor, but they weren't finished with their news. Last year NVIDIA released the KAI tablet platform which gave customers and OEMs a reference guide for which they could quickly design and release Tegra 3 tablets to the market for cheap, much like the Nexus 7 tablet for $199. Today they've announced the same plan for smartphones. Meet the NVIDIA "Phoenix" reference platform.
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