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All you active Mobile Device Brokers - if you follow smartphone technology
at all, you're sure to have heard of the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. It's the reigning smartphone CPU power-dude; a 1 GHz
processor loaded with tons of features, based upon the same ARM CPU technology that modern smartphones such as the Droid,
Palm Pre, Nokia N900 and iPhone 3GS use.
unlike those CPUs, the Snapdragon runs at 1 GHz while the others run at 600 MHz and under, and thus has become the chip of
choice for premium smartphones.
Snapdragon SoC (System on a Chip) has appeared on the market in several devices recently.
The best known is the Google Nexus One, though it had already appeared
in a previous device, the HTC HD2. The HD2, released November 11th 2009, had a Snapdragon processor as well as a massive 4.3-inch
display (diagonally measured), and received exscellent that almost totally ended with one major complaint: the Windows Mobile
6.5 operating system....many believe it SUCKS. (Windows OS that is)
It's an operating system largely unchanged from its predecessors and prone to software problems.
In addition, to really make good use of the processing power of the phone, applications needed to exist that made use of that
power, and the majority of applications written for Microsoft's mobile OS just didn't take advantage.
The industry asked over and over for an HD2 with Google's
Android mobile operating system, and HTC said over and over again that it wasn't going to happen.
Here's the sassy and sexy Snapdragon CPU......
...this guy hauls at 1Ghz speed too...............smartphones are in love with him.....
Top level chip mfgr Qualcomm is siad to be getting ready to deliver to the market a series
of new smartphone POWER chipsets, aimed at providing new top levels of performance when it comes to the mainstream smartphone
The new chipsets, included in the corporate's
MSM7x30 family, are mainly focused on multimedia performance.
According to Qualcomm,
the new MSM7x30 group of smartphone chipsets are meant to deliver increased multimedia performance, as they come with support
for high-definition video recording and playback, as well as with dedicated 2D and 3D cores for enhanced graphics. The company
also stated that the chipsets are expected to firstly surface on the market in handsets that would become commercially available
before the end of the next year.
“We continue to focus on enabling the best possible mobile
experiences and this new family of solutions brings an unmatched feature set to the smartphone segment,” said Alex Tommieous
, vice president of product management for Qualcomm CDMA Technologies. “As the demand for smartphones continues to grow,
our innovative wireless will enable Qualcomm's device manufacturing partners to deliver products with greater
value than ever before.”
The features list of the new chipset family includes: - 720p high-definition video
encode/decode at 30 frames per second - Integrated 2D and 3D graphics GPUs with support for OpenGL ES 2.0, and OpenVG
1.1 industry standard APIs - Dedicated low-power audio subsystem supporting 5.1 surround - 12-megapixel camera support - Integrated GPS for location-based services - Support for leading mobile operating systems, including Android, Windows
Mobile, Brew Mobile Platform and Symbian - Support for package-on-package memory for reduced board space, optimized power
consumption and more responsive performance.
As many of you might already know, they already
have on the market an expensive unit, aka chipset, for smartphones, the Snapdragon, which comes with a processor clocked in
Most likely one of the new chipsets comes to us with the same processor as the Snapdragon QSD8x50 chipset,
a market-leading Scorpion CPU. The fresh chipset family has been developed so as to offer optimal data throughput and powerful
multimedia functionality. The solutions, dubbed MSM7630 and MSM7230, have multi-mode HSPA+/EV-DO Rev. B and SV-DO support
and with HSPA+ network support, for all.
ATT and LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc., have announced the LG eXpo will be available online beginning 7th
Featuring the powerful 1 GHz processor and the 1st in the United States, the LG eXpo focus on business
professionals and their demanding data sharing needs. Available exclusively for AT&T customers, the handset will be compatible
with AT&T’s High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) 7.2 Mbps technology.
The LG eXpo is the first device in North
America to support an optional integrated pico projector. The LG Mobile Projector snaps onto the back of the device and allows
users to share presentations, slideshows and even online videos straight from their mobile phone. Weighing only 1.8 ounces
and small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, the LG mobile projector provides users with powerful new technology in
a compact design, featuring a projection distance as far as eight feet
“LG eXpo adds to our growing portfolio
of smartphones that operate on the latest upgrade to our 3G network and offer customers a great choice,” said Michael
Thomas, vice president, Mobile Phone Portfolio, ATT Mobility and Consumer Markets. “As we move to HSPA 7.2 technology,
it is crucial to provide our customers innovative and future-proof smartphones.”
LG eXpo also eliminates
the need for pin codes and passwords with its “Smart Sensor” fingerprint recognition from AuthenTec, which delivers
a new level of added smart and personal security. The Smart Sensor complements the touchscreen user interface of the eXpo
by also providing precise cursor control for text editing, 4-way menu navigation, and AuthenTec’s unique turbo-scroll
feature for rapid browsing of long emails, contact lists or websites.
The LG eXpo is loaded with Windows Mobile
6.5 Professional to help power users stay more connected with email, calendar and Microsoft Office Mobile. The phone’s
projection feature allows users to display Web pages, documents, photos and videos on the go.
“LG eXpo is
the perfect balance of mobile innovation and design” said Gelli Roioulli, vice president of product strategy and marketing
for LG Mobile Phones. “Enabling users to meet their professional and personal computing needs from the palm of their
hands, LG eXpo makes on-the-go communication an effortless luxury.”
Telling of a a 3.2-inch external touchscreen
with 16M color, LG eXpo features a cool slider design with a full size QWERTY keypad. For the dynamic multi-tasker guy, LG
eXpo provides users with powerful functionality that supports an RSS Viewer, Podcast and aGPS. In addition to a crystal clear
5.0 megapixel camera with built-in auto flash, LG eXpo can support up to a 16GB removable microSD memory card for extra music
and photo storage...for Mobile Brokers this is totally cool wake up data!