Qualcomm dives into handheld gaming, powering new device in partnership with Razer

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

What new bells and whistles might be coming to top-tier Android smartphones next year? Qualcomm, whose mobile processors power some 2 billion handsets worldwide, gave a few hints this week at its annual Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii. The San Diego company introduced technologies that deliver faster 5G and Wi-Fi, crisper photos, always-on cameras and CD-quality “lossless” Bluetooth audio, among other things. It also added a few surprises, including a standalone mobile gaming device and a revamped branding campaign that seeks to make the Snapdragon name as well-known as “Intel Inside.” Here are a …

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