Although IMG is the 'world leader' when it comes to GPU's and has been for the past 20 years? Qualcomm still continues to dominate the high-end in smartphones and tablets [excluding Apple of course].
From theinquirer 05-02-2014 [today]:
HTC One sequel images show dual cameras, aluminium case
Ahead of rumoured late March unveiling
Wed Feb 05 2014, 12:56
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 price, specs, release date and availability
Updated Everything you need to know about picking up Samsung's latest Android tablet
Wed Feb 05 2014, 12:08
Red Google Nexus 5 goes on sale in the UK from £299
Garish model makes a surprise appearance on Google Play
Wed Feb 05 2014, 10:43
LG confirms G Pro 2's phablet-sized screen and 13MP OIS camera
Ahead of smartphone's MWC reveal
Wed Feb 05 2014, 17:04
Samsung Galaxy S5 rumours, release date, price and features
Updated Everything you need to know about Samsung's flagship smartphone for 2014
Wed Feb 05 2014, 16:28
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact review
Proof that bigger doesn't always mean better -End-
Six Smartphones/tablets there - All sporting Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 & 805 processors.
Qualcomm's latest is the 805 which is said to be 40% 'faster'than the 800, but hammerd2 has told us that these processors are rubbish [including the 805], so that's reassuring. I'll get back in my hammock and pop-the-cork on a bottle of fizz.
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