Mobilizes’ 5G Camera Solution Featured at Snapdragon Tech Summit Digital 2020

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IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — This year, Mobilize Solutions was featured during Qualcomm Technologies’ annual Snapdragon Tech Summit Digital 2020. During the virtual event, leaders from Qualcomm Technologies and across the mobile industry shared the latest innovations in premium tier mobile technologies.

The Mobilize team is working with Qualcomm Technologies to develop new exclusive 5G camera solutions. Optimized with the Qualcomm� Snapdragon(TM) 888 5G Mobile Platform, Mobilize is focused on developing picture-in-picture live streaming, AI to deliver relevant AR in real-time, and providing mixed reality experiences from any location in the world.

“As the mobile camera experience continues to evolve the importance of innovating and developing new technologies is a top priority. Our work with Qualcomm Technologies will enable us to develop new

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Qualcomm Details Impressive Snapdragon 888 5G Performance Lift And Exciting New Mobile Experiences

At day 2 of its Snapdragon Tech Summit Digital today, Qualcomm execs dove deeper into the advancements of the company’s new Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile Platform for next generation flagship smartphones. Citing significant gains for user experiences in the areas of AI, computational photography, gaming and connectivity, the company claims Snapdragon 888 5G will provide a huge generational lift in performance for premium mobile devices. In detailed briefings with Qualcomm, I learned about the company’s next generation Snapdragon mobile platform that’s manufactured on a cutting-edge 5nm semiconductor fab process, and it sounds impressive to be sure. Let’s step through a few of the particulars.

Qualcomm Kyro 680 And Adreno 660 To Bring Major Performance Lift And New Technologies For Gaming

Though there are a number of key processing engines on board Snapdragon 888, Qualcomm’s new Kyro 680

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Inside Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888: New Chipset Boosts 5G, Camera

Qualcomm today explained the details of its new flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset, the processor that’s going into most of next year’s top-of-the-line Android phones—including, we anticipate, the US and Canadian versions of the Samsung Galaxy S21 and the OnePlus 9.

Qualcomm dominates high-end Android smartphones in the US. While some US phones sport MediaTek processors, by and large the market here is split between Qualcomm on Android and Apple with its iPhone line.

Looking at the 888’s flagship features, Qualcomm is continuing with some of the themes it showed in previous years, but dropping a few. Camera and 5G capabilities continue to be key, and pushing those forward are Qualcomm priorities. The company has also ramped up its focus on mobile gaming in the past few years. Falling by the wayside, at least in Qualcomm’s initial information, are the company’s previous foci on virtual and augmented reality—perhaps a sign that

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Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 888 promises faster speeds, better cameras, and more powerful AI

Qualcomm teased the Snapdragon 888, its latest 5G-equipped flagship smartphone processor, on the first day of its Snapdragon Tech Summit. But at the day two keynote, the company provided all of the details on the new chipset, which will be the brains powering almost every major 2021 Android flagship.

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First off, the basic specs: the new processor will feature Qualcomm’s new Kryo 680 CPU, which will be one of the first devices to feature Arm’s latest customized Cortex-X1 core and promises up to 25 percent higher performance than last year’s chip with a maximum clock speed of 2.84GHz. And the company’s new Adreno 660 GPU promises a 35 percent jump on graphics rendering, in what it says is the biggest performance leap for its GPUs yet. The new CPU and GPU are also more power-efficient compared to those on the Snapdragon 875, with a 25 percent improvement for the Kyro

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OnePlus confirms Snapdragon 888 flagship is coming in first half of 2021

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  • OnePlus has confirmed that it will launch a Snapdragon 888 flagship in H1 2021.
  • This marks the continuation of a years-long release tradition for the brand.
  • Xiaomi, Oppo, and Realme have also dished out Snapdragon 888 flagship details.

Qualcomm has revealed a few details regarding its new Snapdragon 888 flagship processor, and we’re expecting it to power a host of high-end smartphones in 2021.

Now, an official OnePlus video posted on the Snapdragon Tech Summit website has revealed that OnePlus will launch a Snapdragon 888-toting flagship in the first half of 2021.

“We believe that the technological innovation of this flagship platform in 5G, games, camera, and other aspects will contribute to the high-end flagship to be launched by OnePlus in (the) first half of next year,” an executive says in the video.

It’s no surprise to hear that OnePlus is working

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Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 888 processor will power the Android flagships of 2021

Qualcomm has officially announced the Snapdragon 888 at its Snapdragon Tech Summit, offering a first look at its next-generation flagship smartphone processor. The 888 will power the next wave of 2021 Android flagships from companies like Samsung, OnePlus, LG, Sony, and more.

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In a first for the company’s top-of-the-line 8-series chipsets, the Snapdragon 888 is making a big improvement for 5G: it’ll finally offer a fully integrated 5G modem, unlike last year’s Snapdragon 865 (which required that manufacturers include a separate modem chip inside the cramped interior of a modern smartphone).

The future of Android flagships is here

The Snapdragon 888 will feature Qualcomm’s X60 modem, announced earlier this year, which jumps to a 5nm process for better power efficiency and improvements for 5G carrier aggregation across the mmWave and sub-6GHz bands of the spectrum. Between the new 5nm architecture and the power efficiency gains from an integrated modem,

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Realme announced a smartphone with Snapdragon 888 chipset

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Qualcomm is gearing up to announce the next Snapdragon 800 series processor at its annual Snapdragon Summit 2020 virtual event. Until now, people expected the follow-up system-on-chip of the Snapdragon 865, announced last year, to be Snapdragon 875 processor. Surprisingly, various reports now suggest that it may not be the case as Qualcomm is changing the branding. The chipmaker could announce Snapdragon 888 instead of SD875.

Ahead of the official announcement, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme announced that it is going to soon launch a smartphone with Snapdragon 888 processor, which is said to based on a 5nm process. Earlier on Tuesday, Madhav Sheth, CEO of realme India and Europe stated that a Realme smartphone with Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 800 series chipset is coming soon. The tweet read, “Qualcomm 8_ _.”

Sheth didn’t reveal many details about the upcoming flagship smartphone but it is said to

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Qualcomm unveils the Snapdragon 888 5G, its next smartphone processor

Qualcomm has unveiled the name of its next smartphone processor: the Snapdragon 888 5G, designed to bring 5G smartphones into the mainstream and accelerate the camera and AI capabilities.

Qualcomm kicked off its virtual Snapdragon Tech Summit with an introduction to the Snapdragon 888 5G platform, which will replace the Snapdragon 865 that Qualcomm introduced a year ago. That 865 chip advanced the smartphone’s camera capabilities by adding 200-megapixel still photos and 4K HDR/8K video capture, while pairing the 865 with the standalone X55 5G modem. Qualcomm, unfortunately, is leaving some key details about the Snapdragon 888 in its pocket until Wednesday, when it will present a deeper dive into its inner workings.

According to Gartner Research, Apple’s iPhone and its A-series silicon make up 11 percent of the global smartphone market, ceding much of the remainder to Qualcomm-powered smartphones like the Samsung S9 phone sold in the United States,

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The Weekly Authority: The speed of things, next Snapdragon next week, and more

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Welcome back to The Weekly Authority, the Android Authority series that recaps the top Android and tech news from the week and what it all means, plus one deeper dive each week into what’s happening and what matters. Tristan Rayner at the wheel, and I’m talking all about speed later on. But first…


The Deals section jumps to the top of this weekly because, well, we all know what season we’re in right now!

I’ve scrubbed up a shortlist of some of the best deals that I think you shouldn’t miss. Just about every deal on a useful gadget is in this Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal hub, too.

Oh, and in case you were curious, The Wirecutter noted that this Black Friday we’re seeing bigger discounts than usual on higher-end TVs, including the leading range of LG OLED TVs. Good chance to upgrade

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OnePlus 9 features leaked; smartphone tipped to come with Snapdragon 875 processor, 144Hz display

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OnePlus 8T was launched only a month ago and we might already know what the next OnePlus smartphone will look like. The Chinese smartphone maker has reportedly started working on its next device – the OnePlus 9 – which has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website. The alleged OnePlus 9 model appears with model number LuBan LE2117 on the benchmarking website.  

Going by company’s past, the smartphone will be launched alongside OnePlus 9 Pro. At least one of these smartphones will be powered by a processor codenamed ‘lahaina’. The flagship OnePlus series usually uses Qualcomm’s latest 800 series chipset and for the OnePlus 9 it could be the Snapdragon 875 that the chipmaker is expected to announce in December via a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The benchmarking site also reveals that this OnePlus 9 model will come with 8GB RAM. Geekbench

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