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Qualcomm chips dominate Windows Mobile

Qualcomm chips dominate Windows Mobile Microsoft recently announced that the first phones to carry the Windows Phone brand and to power the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system – which offers Adobe Flash support as well as an updated browser and a menu UI that be navigated with a finger. US giant AT&T have recently announced smartphones with a plethora more to be released just in time for the Christmas buying rush.

go here In the high end the HTC HD2 for instance use Qualcomm’s 1ghz Snapdragon processor which is a formidable mobile processor. The HTC HD2 contains 512mb of ROM memory and 448mb of Ram and are touting a battery life of 8 hours during full video playback, which are impressive claims if they are accurate especially when you consider the 4.3 inch screen. So what is ‘snapdragon’? It is a high performance processing unit which can support 720p High definition content and camera with a rating of up to 12mp. Qualcomm are currently pushing the boundaries and the San Diego company have been demonstrating Netbooks running with a 1.3ghz Snapdragon processor with the option at a later date to push it even further to a whopping 1.5ghz. They also publically stated in a recent press event that new processors in future ranges will be dual core and offer 1080p playback support.

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