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Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 at TENAA rumored to have 64-bit chip

Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 at TENAA rumored to have 64-bit chip

64-bit mobile processors are probably really starting to become a thing if even the low-end starts getting one. That seems to be the case for the upcoming Galaxy Grand 3, one of Samsung's myriad smartphone families. But more than just this processor alone, the picture we can get from this preview of the device could probably leave clues as to how the industry's bottom line will be moving up next year in all other aspects, including RAM size and screen resolution.

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Intrinsyc rolls out new dev platform with Snapdragon 810 CPU

Intrinsyc rolls out new dev platform with Snapdragon 810 CPU

Developers looking to develop new hardware and software on a platform using the latest Qualcomm 64-bit CPU have three new development platforms available from Intrinsyc. The three dev kits are very different in form factor, but use some of the same hardware letting users work with a Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor on all three platforms. One of the platforms is a smartphone, one is a tablet, and the last is a DragonBoard SOM.

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ODG R-7 Android smart glasses: no smartphone required

ODG R-7 Android smart glasses: no smartphone required

The first self-contained pair of wireless, head-worn smartglasses with 3D stereoscopic see-through HD displays comes from a group called Osterhout Design Group. They’re called the ODG R-7 glasses, and they run Android on a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

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Qualcomm wants to supercharge “digital eyewear”

Qualcomm wants to supercharge “digital eyewear”

So you say you want a pair of smart glasses, yes? The company that makes the processors in most Android smartphones and all Windows Phone smartphones, Qualcomm, is bringing about an environment where developers can make digital eyewear applications a reality.

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Motorola ‘Shamu’, which may be the Nexus 6, benchmarked

Motorola ‘Shamu’, which may be the Nexus 6, benchmarked

The Nexus lineup of smartphones is popular amongst Android fans. So is Motorola. The marriage of the two brands would be ideal for many smartphone enthusiasts, and it seems that may be just what is happening. A new Motorola device, with specs that blow the rest of their lineup away, has been spotted on a benchmarking site.

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Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 with Snapdragon 805 seen in AnTuTu

Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 with Snapdragon 805 seen in AnTuTu

Amazon may have just launched its first smartphone ever, but it might already be busy with a refresh to its existing tablet line. Coming by way of benchmark site AnTuTu is a reference to a certain Kindle Fire HDX, with an 8.9-inch screen and bearing, quite surprisingly, a fast and new Qualcomm Snapdragon 805.

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Galaxy Note 4 Exynos beats Qualcomm Snapdragon 805

Galaxy Note 4 Exynos beats Qualcomm Snapdragon 805

One leaked configuration of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet shows an unreleased Exynos 5433 processor. While that may sound rather unexciting, scores from AnTuTu has just revealed that this Samsung octa-core chip outperforms Qualcomm's top high-end processors.

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Qualcomm processor inside Amazon Fire Phone

Qualcomm processor inside Amazon Fire Phone

The processor for the new Amazon Fire Phone has been revealed as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800, the same SoC (system on chip) released on the most recent Kindle Fire model tablet. This processor was one of the biggest releases for Qualcomm back when they announced it in early 2013, sporting a coming to "virtually every global OEM" tag early on.

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This is the Amazon Fire Phone

This is the Amazon Fire Phone

Today the Amazon Fire Phone has been revealed with a very simple look and an aim to change the smartphone ecosystem. This device works with a 4.7-inch IPS LCD display and Gorilla Glass 3 front display cover, a rubber frame, and a single aluminum button. This device works with a 13-megapixel camera on its back, a glass back, and a software suite that’s all Amazon.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A puts Prime specs in old design

Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A puts Prime specs in old design

The Samsung Galaxy F, or Galaxy S5 Prime, is finally here, but not really. It isn't going by either of those names and won't be looking as polished as they were rumored to be. Instead, Samsung has chosen to christen it the Galaxy S5 LTE-A to focus more on the uber downloading speeds new buyers could be getting and to distract you from feeling a bit cheated for buying a Galaxy S5 that is now somewhat dwarfed by this.

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LG G3 benchmarked: Snapdragon 801 on call

LG G3 benchmarked: Snapdragon 801 on call

We’ve got our hands on an international edition of the LG G3 this week ready for action with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801. This is a quad-core processor with a clock speed of 2.5Ghz. This is the MSM8975AC Snapdragon 801 paired with an Adreno 330 GPU, ready to roll with Android 4.4 KitKat inside.

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HTC One (E8) Ace lovely, but you can’t have it

HTC One (E8) Ace lovely, but you can’t have it

The HTC One (E8) Ace is a plastic edition of what’s essentially a remake of the HTC One M7 from 2013. This device is similar in size to the HTC One (M8), but works with a shape that’s closer to the HTC One M7. This device will almost certainly be sticking to China.

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