Qualcomm announced that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon mobile processors power
the first Nokia Lumia smartphones, the Nokia Lumia 800 and the Nokia Lumia 710.
This marks Nokia’s entry into the Windows Phone ecosystem and is the
latest step in the mobile industry’s high-speed transition towards mobile
computing. The Snapdragon processor’s unique engineering enabled Nokia to
substantially accelerate the time to market of the products.
“We are proud that our deep collaboration with Nokia resulted in
smartphones that were developed in only six months based on our Snapdragon
platform,” said Enrico Salvatori, senior vice president and president of
Qualcomm CDMA Technologies Europe.
The Snapdragon S2 class of processors provides a best-in-class mobile
experience, including high-performance mobile computing with prolonged battery
life and next-generation graphics for Nokia’s Lumia phones. Lumia users
will also experience rapid network connections and fast, responsive Web
“The collaboration between Nokia, Qualcomm and Microsoft has been
extremely successful,” said Jo Harlow, head of Nokia’s Smart Devices
Qualcomm has one of the most diverse chipset and software product
portfolios spanning multiple device classes. Specifically, the S2
processors are optimized to enable HD videos in the browser, a rich gaming
experience, top-quality pictures and video.
By Telecomlead.com Team