Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform announced, designed for 4G connectivity
In case you didn’t hear, Qualcomm doesn’t want you calling its processors “processors” anymore, it would rather have you call them platforms instead. The company today announced a refreshed version of its entry-level mobile platform after three years. It’s meant to expand the reach of 4G connectivity to emerging markets where feature phones still account for a significant chunk of the mobile market. The company announced its Qualcomm 205 platform today at an event in New Delhi. The platform includes Qualcomm’s 205 System-on-Chip that has 4G LTE support. The chip can handle up to 150 Mbps download speeds on 2G, 3G, and 4G networks. There’s also a 1.1 GHz CPU, Qualcomm’s Adreno GPU, and support for dual-SIM.Features phones are still a big deal in markets like India, Southeast Asia, and Latin America. However, they haven’t really been able to provide better access to the internet due to technological limitations. Qualcomm is addressing that issue with its n
Tue 21 Mar 17 from TechXplore
Mon 20 Mar 17 from HotHardware
In case you didn’t hear, Qualcomm doesn’t want you calling its processors “processors” anymore, it would rather have you call them platforms instead. The company today ...
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Ubergizmo
In an effort to differentiate its processor lineups (and annoy tech publications), Qualcomm recently renamed its chips as "Mobile Platforms" instead of "processors." ...
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Engadget
Qualcomm's latest 205 chipset allows the simplest phones to enjoy fast data speeds.
Mon 20 Mar 17 from CNET Cutting Edge
New chip and related technologies are meant to add some smarts to feature phones.
Mon 20 Mar 17 from Arstechnica
Qualcomm is updating its entry-level mobile platform for the first time in three years, bringing 4G connectivity and services to phones designed for sale in markets like India, Latin ...
Mon 20 Mar 17 from The Verge
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