The chip major launched Snapdragon 410 processor last year featuring 64-bit computing power and LTE connectivity to emerging telecom markets.
The Snapdragon 410 processor has also shipped more than 200 million units globally from more than 60 OEMs.
The Snapdragon 210 processor is the first commercial processor for mobile in its class to deliver 4G LTE connectivity to developing regions, while the 410 is the first commercial processor for mobile to provide 64-bit computing to the sub-$150 pricing point.
New devices based on Snapdragon 210 processor include Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3(5), ZTE A460, and Huawei Bee 4G and Honor 4A. New devices based on Snapdragon 410 processor include Motorola Moto G, Asus Zenphone 2 (ZE550KL), HTC Desire 510, HTC Desire 626, Samsung Galaxy Mega 2, Xiaomi Redmi 2 and BLU Life One.
“The pipeline of device designs with Snapdragon 210 processors is double what has already shipped to date,” said Cristiano Amon, executive vice president, Qualcomm Technologies.
“Given the proliferation of 4G LTE worldwide, which is currently 422 commercial LTE networks and counting, and five generations of LTE modems that extend LTE to all tiers, Qualcomm Technologies is also excited to have helped operators make 4G LT technology available to all of their customers,” said Amon.