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HP Envy x2 12g (Intel Edition) Laptop Announced

01/08/2018, [CES 2018] Back in December 2017, it started to look like we can expect to see a future in which more laptops will be powered by ARM-based processors. Qualcomm and HP unveiled such a device in the form of the HP Envy x2 12e which is a laptop that is...

Alleged List Of Snapdragon 845-Powered Devices Leaked

12/28/2017, By now it’s safe to assume that the majority of flagship smartphones we will be seeing in 2018 will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845, but in case you wanted an actual list of such devices, a list posted onto Weibo (via GSMArena) has revealed...

Apple May Source iPhone Modem Chips From MediaTek Next Year

12/26/2017, As the legal dispute between Apple and Qualcomm shows no signs of ending anytime soon, it’s now predictably being reported that Apple wants to reduce its reliance on its legal foe. According to a new report, the company is looking to ink a...


TSMC Could Start Producing Qualcomm’s Chipsets In 2018

12/22/2017, At the moment there are probably only a handful of companies in the world that have the facilities and processes necessary to manufacture the chipsets that are found in smartphones today. This includes the likes of Samsung and TSMC, both of whom have...

Chromebook Powered By Snapdragon 845 Could Be In The Works

12/21/2017, Recently the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset was officially announced at an event in Hawaii. It is safe to assume that the chipset is expected to find its way into many a flagship smartphone in 2018, like the LG G7 and Samsung Galaxy S9, but it seems that...

Xiaomi Reportedly Developing Snapdragon-Powered Windows 10 PC

12/17/2017, It was confirmed late last year that Windows 10 PCs powered by the next-generation Snapdragon chip will be released in 2017. HP and ASUS are two major manufacturers who are developing Windows 10-powered PCs touting Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835...

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845: Features and Benchmarks

12/06/2017, Like clockwork, Qualcomm has announced its Snapdragon 845 system on chip (SoC) and high-end Snapdragon platform which will power numerous high-end smartphones and possibly always-connected laptops throughout 2018. As always, a major architecture change...

HP Envy x2 Snapdragon Review: Hands-On

12/05/2017, HP was one of the OEM partners that has presented a new Snapdragon-powered laptop at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit in Maui, Hawaii. The HP Envy x2 is an extremely thin 12.3-inch laptop built with a detachable tablet chassis. It is essentially a thin...

ASUS NovaGo Snapdragon Laptop Review: Hands-On

12/05/2017, At the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit, ASUS has introduced its first Snapdragon-powered laptop, the ASUS NovaGo (model TP370). It is an always-connected laptop which has built-in Gigabit-class 4G LTE and comes with either 4GB or 8GB of RAM to cater to more...

Qualcomm PC Push Materializes In ASUS and HP Laptops

12/05/2017, After announcing its plans to enter the PC Windows 10 market at Computex in July, Qualcomm and its partners from ASUS and HP have announced upcoming “always-on” laptops powered by Snapdragon 835, the same chip used in most high-end Android...

Broadcom May Increase Bid For Qualcomm

11/23/2017, Broadcom made an unsolicited $130 billion bid to acquire Qualcomm earlier this month. The company hasn’t put itself up for sale but Broadcom went ahead and bid $70 per share for the company anyway. Qualcomm took a few days to respond and ended up...

Analyst Claims 2018’s iPhones Will Allow For Gigabit Speeds

11/21/2017, Ahead of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X’s announcement, it was rumored that the new iPhones would not be capable of reaching gigabit download speeds. It turns out that the rumors were true, but the good news is that 2018 is expected to change that,...

iPhone X VS Galaxy Note 8 In LTE Speed Showdown

11/20/2017, Apple’s iPhones currently do not support gigabit download speeds, or rather to ensure a uniform experience across iPhones, Apple has capped the speeds on iPhones using Qualcomm’s modems to match those of Intel’s. For those who are wondering what’s...