A 24-megapixel selfie camera, a 6.3-inch display and... a Snapdragon 660 processor. That last bit may have disappointed a few wishlist writers.
The Snapdragon Wear 3100 is a comprehensive upgrade from the Wear 2100 with a focus on reduction of power use and size, but upping smartwatch performance.
A slew of announcement came from the Chinese tech giant today, but there are other wearables and phones to look out for from margin players.
After the announcement of Huawei's 7nm Kirin 980, Qualcomm has announced the arrival of 5G capable 7nm chipsets in smartphones during the first half of 2019
It's 10nm power, but on a mid-tier Qualcomm mobile chipset for the first time. Expect devices to start appearing with this SoC soon.
The largest contract semiconductors company in the world lost out on cryptocurrency mining chips and will rely on selling iPhone chips to make up for it.
Six-core i7 and i9 processors are available along with up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM as well as discrete AMD Radeon GPUs. Prices remain the same at base level.
The expected model number of the device has appeared on Samsung's Swedish support databank and it's one bearing an Exynos chipset.
Qualcomm has been a longtime partner with TSMC, but has gone with Samsung as of late. Progress on a new fabrication turned it around.
The Snapdragon 850 will be faster than the Snapdragon 845 for laptop computing needs and bring "multi-day" battery life while also keep users connected.
Qualcomm and Microsoft sound like they have a blueprint for Windows 10 on ARM well into 2019. One iterative chipset and one big chipset are incoming.
MediaTek's Helio P22 is by far the world's humblest 12nm-based processor, potentially opening the door for some crazy affordable smartphones with stellar battery life.
Samsung's in-house Exynos processors, currently powering exclusively Galaxy devices and a few Meizu phones, may soon expand to handsets made by more companies, including ZTE.
The device runs on a MediaTek Helio P60, a mid-range processor with a 12nm fabrication and eight cores. It should do fine on paper. It shouldn't need to cheat.
The Taiwanese government recently started cracking down on any potential weapons-related shipments to Chinese tech manufacturer ZTE.
Given the stumbling blocks Qualcomm has in front of it, such as Apple, Chinese regulators and grabby investors, the company has done a good job with the bottom line.
The semiconductors company is looking to cut 4 percent of its staff as part of a cost reduction regime to increase dividends to investors.
Intel Core processors are ubiquitous in the PC field and even on Macs. But Apple could put an end to that in just a couple of years.
In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, the chipmaker claims that about half of its licensing business is at risk with how Broadcom looks to conduct Qualcomm's business.
The largest deal in tech history could still go through, as Broadcom is now ready to pay $82 per Qualcomm share, up from $70 in its previous offer.
The chipmaker is having great legal troubles with antitrust and licensing deals, but it has been able to pick up a new contract with Samsung.
Samsung claims that its new mobile processor is "beyond a component," but it'll do most of the proofing at an event very shortly.
We're learning about three phones from Huawei that could be coming at MWC 2018. They apparently have better names than what we've been figuring.