Three new snapdragon processors from Qualcomm bring advanced modem, imaging and sensors to mainstream devices

Qualcomm Incorporated has announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has introduced three new next-generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors: the Snapdragon 625, 435 and 425.

These new processors are designed to deliver some of the latest premium-tier user experiences, using custom-developed technology including camera, video, gaming and connectivity, to the broader smartphone ecosystem.

Quotes:

“We develop all of our processor technologies with scalability in mind, so that we can quickly and cost effectively accelerate the availability of premium tier capabilities within the rest of our portfolio of Snapdragon processors, making superior user experiences more accessible to a broader range of consumers,” said Alex Katouzian, senior vice president, product management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “This approach allows us to quickly expand our custom feature development, rapidly deploy compatible software across tiers, and enhance our ability to integrate application and connectivity solutions with leading user experiences to meet our customers’ needs at multiple price points quickly and effectively.”

Please find the full release at this link: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/qualcomm-announces-three-new-snapdragon-processors-that-bring-advanced-modem-imaging-and-sensors-to-mainstream-devices-300218622.html

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