The upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 that will power smartphones in 2019 will handle AI and machine learning tasks differently.
Xiaomi has just launched a new sub-brand that is going to "amaze" the smartphone world. Let's welcome Poco and their new Pocophone F1
So, you've heard that Samsung is planning a shindig on August 9 and are wondering what it's about? We have everything on what it's about right here.
According to the latest information compiled by Ookla's Speedtest, and published by Qualcomm, Android smartphones powered by the Snapdragon 845 deliver up to 192% faster data speeds compared to non-Android smartphones.
There's probably a Snapdragon 1000 on the way and you might want to stick around and see where it will appear. Also, the Pixel 3 will be made by Google... for reals... sorta.
That bonkers APEX concept is about to materialize in two phones with in-display fingerprint recognition and super-slim bezels, called Vivo NEX and NEX S.
To celebrate the company's eight anniversary, Xiaomi has officially taken the wraps off the highly anticipated Mi 8, as well as the truly remarkable Mi 8 Explorer Edition and slightly lower-end Mi 8 SE.
Expected to change its name before hitting stores, that conceptual Vivo APEX smartphone with almost no bezels will probably come powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC and 8 whopping gigs of RAM.
Those three chipsets are featured on several of the non-Google phones that are eligible for the Android P beta program, which explains a lot.
A pre-release Xiaomi Mi 7 prototype curiously packs an outdated Snapdragon 835 processor over at Geekbench, while the Snapdragon 638-powered Xiaomi 'valentino' is completely shrouded in mystery.
It's quicker to drain relative to a Galaxy S9 powered by a Qualcomm chip and quicker compared to the iPhone X, Huawei P10 and other phones. So what gives? Samsung says not much.
Far from perfect, the box design just seems a bit mangled and weird to us. But it has its heart in the right place... if you can call getting most of the items seemingly right.
It's a messy name, but it looks like the one printed on the ticket for the LG G7 ThinQ, at least according to this photo leak.
All we know for sure so far is that this phone will have a Snapdragon 845 processor from Qualcomm. That coming from the quasi-startup within a startup.
The OnePlus 6 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of native storage. But then what? When will we know more?
In addition to the "full screen" Mi MIX 2S, Xiaomi is reportedly working on a more mainstream Mi 7, a Mi 7 Plus with an in-display fingerprint sensor, and a Black Shark gaming smartphone.
The Snapdragon 845 is expected to be the chip of choice for plenty of standalone VR headset manufacturers to drive their experiences.
The Xiaomi Mi 7 is practically guaranteed to pack a Snapdragon 845 processor and 6GB RAM, with a respectable battery and iPhone X-inspired notch likely also in tow.
Qualcomm's next-gen flagship smartphone SoC is apparently called Snapdragon 855 Fusion rather than just Snapdragon 855, integrating the Snapdragon X50 5G modem.
We have a pretty good idea of how the OnePlus 6 will probably look, and unfortunately, the Chinese company's next flagship design might include a notch.
The oft-rumored Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S may or may not "borrow" the iPhone X notch, but it's definitely real, scheduled for a China launch on March 27, and powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC.
A company executive threw down the guantlet with some big numbers: a Snapdragon 845 phone for under $500 by the end of 2018.
Some of the most immersive future VR headsets will be powered by the Snapdragon 845 chip, according to Qualcomm. The SoC also comes with an AI Engine and Broadcast Audio technology for high-end smartphones.