Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 400 with built-in LTE, new reference tablet designs

Qualcomm chip on a tablet

Qualcomm doesn’t want to reserve the fastest wireless technology for its highest-end processors: it’s launching a new quad-core edition of its Snapdragon 400 chip, the MSM8926, with both 3G and LTE built-in. The 1.2GHz, Cortex-A7 part will handle the faster wireless speeds alongside 42Mbps HSPA+ and China-friendly TD-SCDMA. It will also continue to support shorter-range technology like 802.11ac WiFi and Miracast streaming. The newer Snapdragon should arrive late this year alongside a matching Reference Design tablet.

In the shorter term, the company is also introducing 7- and 10-inch versions of the Reference Design tablet that will be based on earlier, 3G-only versions of the Snapdragon 400 (the MSM8230 and MSM8030). These variants are targeted at developing world markets, and should be display on the Computex show floor this week — naturally, we’re hoping to get a first-hand look.

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Source: Qualcomm

By | 2013-06-03T21:00:03+00:00 June 3rd, 2013|Android Related|0 Comments

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