Who would have thought that a company like Qualcomm would actually own a game studio? And here I was, under my comfortable coconut shell, thinking that processors were the staple of Qualcomm’s products. Mobile gamers could be familiar with the GameCommand video game portal, where it rolled out earlier this month, and will enable Android device owners to choose an entire bunch of titles which have been optimized for the slew of devices running on Snapdragon chips and Adreno GPUs.
In fact, this in-house game developing studio will be working on what they consider as flagship games, and your eyes will be the main benefactor of such graphics and performance. Just do not set your hopes up too high, considering the bunch of video games that will come out each year can be counted with just one finger. Yes sir, you can pick up your jaw from the floor already. I do look forward to the kind of gameplay that will roll out for Android-powered devices, what about you?
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