Qualcomm will be demonstrating the latest
Snapdragon-powered mobile computing devices, including tablets running Android
3.0, at Computex Taipei 2011.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon family of smart mobile processors
gained traction across a diverse array of mobile operating systems, including
Android, BlackBerry, Chrome, HP webOS, Windows Phone and the next version of
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon mobile processors
currently power 125 announced smartphones and tablets, with another 250 designs
in development, more than 40 of which are tablets.
We are very pleased with the tremendous
Snapdragon traction we have been getting with a variety of companies,” said Luis
Pineda, senior vice president of product management, computing and consumer
products at Qualcomm. We are showcasing some truly innovative products
from HTC, HP, ASUS and many more OEMs that are leading the mobile computing
Qualcomm and HTC agree that a great mobile
device starts with a great foundation,” said Kouji Kodera, chief product
officer of HTC. We are proud of our Snapdragon devices, including our HTC
Sensation and HTC EVO 3D powered by the MSM8660, which is coming soon, and our
HTC Flyer powered by MSM8655, which is now available. We look forward to
continuing with the next generation of Snapdragon when the MSM8960 samples in
We are pleased to be showing our latest ASUS
tablet designs running Android 3.0, also known as Honeycomb, here at Computex,”
said HC Hung, vice president of ASUS. We chose Qualcomm Snapdragon
mobile processors to power our tablets because of their ability to provide the
optimal combination of processing performance, efficient power usage and
wireless connectivity on a single platform.”
Qualcomm has built Snapdragon mobile processors
from the ground up to deliver the best mobile processing, graphics and
connectivity, intelligently integrated to deliver the highest performance with
the least power consumption.
The Snapdragon MSM8x60 family of mobile
processors is a leading solution for the latest multitasking tablets and
smartphones, offering two asynchronous processor cores; an integrated Adreno
220 GPU with twice the processing power of its predecessor; and support for up
to a 16 megapixel camera. The Snapdragon MSM8x55 family of processors
substantially improves overall user experience, increases system performance
and further extends battery life.
At Computex 2011, Qualcomm will showcase a broad
array of smart mobile devices powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon single- and
dual-core processors, including tablets and smartphones from Acer, Anydata,
Asus, Compal Communications, Compal Electronics, Foxconn, Foxlink, HTC, Lenovo,
QISDA, Quanta and ZTE.
Qualcomm will also demonstrate the Snapdragon
MSM8660 MDP, which features asynchronous dual-core CPU performance and power
savings; console-quality 3D gaming and UIs; and stereoscopic 3D and 1080P video
capture, preview and playback.