We have all the information you need on the latest Qualcomm-running Always Connected PC, plus where you can get a nifty discount on it.
That Snapdragon 835 that RED founder Jim Jannard said would be on the Hydrogen One? Yeah, according to this benchmark, it's still there.
The offer runs through the end of 2018, after which, service on the Qualcomm-powered convertible laptops will cost $15 per month.
A pre-release Xiaomi Mi 7 prototype curiously packs an outdated Snapdragon 835 processor over at Geekbench, while the Snapdragon 638-powered Xiaomi 'valentino' is completely shrouded in mystery.
The honeymoon is over for Snapdragon-powered laptops with Windows 10 and reviews have labeled the experience "slow" beyond casual use. But Qualcomm has a few videos to snap back.
Research and development has been happening for a long time, but foldable displays still aren't at the stage where they can survive three years of the bends.
The high-end Asus ZenBook Flip 14 is officially slated for a March 2018 US release at $899 and up, while the always-on, always-connected NovaGo is priced at $599.
Samsung, the makers of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, 835, 821 and 820 processors, could lose the Snapdragon 855 production contract to bitter rivals TSMC.
As always, Sony seems to be working on several high-end Android phones, one of which could pair a Full HD screen with a Snapdragon 845 SoC.
The addition of these two manufacturers will make it five brands ready to jump on Qualcomm and Microsoft's initiative for portable cellular laptops.
Qualcomm debuts the Snapdragon 845 chipset, the courts open up for AT&T and Trump's Justice Department and YouTube's hating on Amazon on our show.
HP's Windows 10 tablet offering has a Qualcomm chipset in it for LTE connectivity and long-lasting battery life. It is due out in spring of 2018.
It's the first Windows 10 laptop powered by a Snapdragon chipset — the ones typically seen on Android smartphones. It starts at $599.
@evleaks reports that Qualcomm is working on a chipset that some have said was not on the blueprints. This comes with an about face to Google.
Leaks and rumors have pinned the Pixel 2 (and, to a lesser extent, the Pixel XL 2) to feature a Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm is said to have no 836 plans.
And yes, it does apply to the Galaxy S8 as well. And it took a team of six members several months to get this exploit together.
Might you be able to squeeze to get Google Assistant on the next Pixel? It's pretty likely, but HTC has to call it something different.
Full Android, top-end Qualcomm silicon, a flip phone. Samsung likes to play around with its wares in its Chinese sandbox.
A modest Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 upgrade of the existing 835 high-end processor could power Google's Pixel 2 duo this fall, and not Samsung's Galaxy Note 8.
The software version is the standout pin we'd like to focus on as the LG V20 last year was able to lay claim as the first OEM-made Android Nougat phone.
When have you heard of an Android phone topping an iPhone for a benchmark? Rarely, if ever at all. And HTC somehow managed to do it.
There are certain complications that may make this rumor extremely plausible to be carried out, but we have no visuals on what to expect.
Samsung's disappointment with Qualcomm's TSMC partnership for the Snapdragon 845 shouldn't deprive the Galaxy S9 from the best possible SoC.