At CES 2017, Qualcomm has officially unveiled their newest and most powerful chipset, the Snapdragon 835, along with the technical specifications regarding the powerful processor.
Qualcomm has announced via Twitter that their new Snapdragon 835 will “come into focus” at CES next week, likely meaning that it will finally provide full details on its new flagship chipset. Information on the upcoming system-on-a-chip has been scarce since its initial unveiling back in mid-November, with Qualcomm and Samsung confirming the use of the 10nm FinFET manufacturing process while providing only vague details on power efficiency and performance. A few leaks and rumors have provided additional information, such as CPU and modem types and which future phones are expected to include the SoC, but none of these rumors have been confirmed by Qualcomm.
Qualcomm has announced that they are selling off their augmented reality business called Vuforia for a cool $65 million. Unfortunately, if you were planning to head to the bank right now to withdraw $65 million to purchase Vuforia, it has already been purchased by PTC.
One thing CES is usually good for is getting a sneak peek or two and unreleased games that will soon be coming to Android. At Qualcomm’s booth they had plenty of games being shown on their development tablets to showcase their new Snapdragon 810 and Adreno 430 chipset team. However all of them were games already released except for one that happened to show its demo reel right before we left. The game we are talking about is Gates of Osiris by Fenix Fire.
Qualcomm went into detail regarding their newly announced Snapdragon 810 chip which comes paired with the Adreno 430 GPU during their press event today at CES 2015. The company was quick to throw a demo out there showing Unreal Engine 4 running on the Snapdragon 810 chip and how nice it looked.
Qualcomm’s CES 2015 Press Event is now live and if you’re looking for a place to watch it, you can check out the live stream we have embedded here while we sit down and watch it live. Leave your thoughts and comments on everything below about their announcements which will surely have to do with the Snapdragon 810 chip, the Adreno 430 and more.
LG held their morning CES 2015 press conference and admits plenty of TV and monitor announcements and home appliances, the company waited till the very end to announce what everyone pretty much knew was already coming – the LG G Flex 2. The announcement came in the style of the company wanting you to make love with the device with your face, or at least that is how it sounded during the announcement.
While we may not have posted any of the rumors or leaks for the next Nexus device that have been circulating the internet over the past couple of months, we have definitely been keeping an eye on the development of such as device. Today Google has officially announced the Nexus 9 tablet and this time the new Nexus device will be coming from HTC, the Nexus 6 phone and the Nexus Player.
Be it Smaug, Maleficent or Vermithrax Pejorative, the infernal beast, shall always invoke images of raw power and force. Yesterday was no different, as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 processor has been benchmarked by CNET’s Erik Franklin. The results make one thing clear: The 805 processor stands victorious over the competition.
Qualcomm has released a new video showing how Epic is bringing high-end game graphics to mobile with the newest iteration of their Unreal Engine. Even though this is basically a demo reel showing off some rendered landscapes made with Unreal Engine 4, they are still impressive, especially when you take into account that these environments are on a mobile device.