LG agrees to pay more for its chips
Qualcomm has buried the hatchet with LG after the smartphone vendor agreed to pay more for its chips.
830 and 828 in 10nm FinFET
We already expected a Snapdragon 823 which would be a faster version of MSM98996, better known as Snapdragon 820. Now the recent leak indicates that there might be a 828 and 830 coming later this year using the 10nm FinFET process.
Falling 13-22 percent to 175-195 million
Qualcomm predicted a third-quarter profit below analysts estimates as it expects to ship fewer chips, including those for smartphones, its biggest business.
Qualcomm still favoured
While it had been expected that Chipzilla was going to score a huge win by taking some of Qualcomm’s modem business, it looks like things might be a little more modest.
Exclusive: Launched by the year's end
There has been a leak about the Snapdragon 823, or a successor to Snapdragon 820, which will be more than just a faster version – our well-placed industry sources have confirmed that Qualcomm plans to use the 10nm process on the new chip late in 2016.
It is all about the design
HTC has officially unveiled the successor of the HTC One lineup, the new HTC 10 flagship smartphone with 5.2-inch screen, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 SoC, 12MP UltraPixel camera and new BoomSound speakers.
Crushed chipset deal
Nvidia has dragged Qualcomm into court for allegedly crushing a $352 million chipset deal.
Industry insiders confirmed
Contrary to our previous reports we got a tip that iPhone SE will continue using Qualcomm modems and not change to Intel.
Mediatek Helio P10 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 652
Oppo has officially announced its new Oppo R9 and Oppo R9 Plus in China and while both will have the same design and should be praised by selfie lovers due to 16MP front camera, there are quite a few differences in terms of hardware.
Compared to $30 for Helio X20
Qualcomm is definitely back in the high-end phone game with the Snapdragon 820. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5, two flagship phones, are using the Qualcomm chip, and now the China based analyst quoted by our colleagues claims the Snapdragon 820 might cost Qualcomm as much as $70 per SoC.