If you’re impressed by smartphones with 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, you should know that this barrier will be overcome, as the chip maker told, Qualcomm. Luis Pineda, vice president of Qualcomm, on product management section, said at CES 2010, that we will see new versions of Snapdragon on market this year, some even with a speed of 1.5 GHz.
This month, the company plans to launch a 45nm version of Snapdragon processor, 8X50A, with a frequency of 1.3 GHz. The first terminal based on the solution will be on the market until the end of the year. Also, by the end of 2010, Qualcomm plans to offer manufacturers of mobile terminals a dual-core version Snapdragon, 8X72.
This new processor will include one “core” scores, with frequency of 1.5 GHz. Qualcomm official says that this technology can be used both on smartphones and on smartbook sites, allowing them to support 1080p resolution. Luis Pineda brought with him new phone LG Expo, handsets equipped with an optional “pico-projector”, which you can admire below.
CES 2010: Qualcomm will launch 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor
Source: Hexus Channel