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Qualcomm: Get ready for 4K smartphones

If you think the ultra-sharp Quad HD displays on today's state-of-the-art smartphones are as good as it gets, think again. According to Qualcomm, who builds many of today's key technologies in mobile, 4K smartphones are just around the corner, and they'll take pixel counts to an — arguably absurd — new level.

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Devil-X3502d ago

Are we looking at a 1000ppi now?

Anarki3501d ago

Really? what is the point in 4k on a small display like this?

Lionsguard3501d ago

Exactly, it's just a gimmick to trick dumb shoppers who don't know any better to upgrade to a 4K phone and also sell them extra batteries because they'll need it.

NovusTerminus3501d ago

To suck down battery life far more then needed.

kaozgamer3501d ago

Whats the point? I would rather have better battery life than 4k resolution on a small screen.

Soldierone3501d ago

It'd be better if these companies worked on functionality before adding extra useless crap to the phones. What happened to phones lasting days, not hours? What happened to strong builds, and clean buttons/touchscreens etc... It's all on the backburner and instead you get a phone that lasts 6 months, can't last a day without charge, but hey it's 4k, that's awesome right? You can watch most of a movie in "4k" that's worth 600 bucks!

ChrisW3501d ago

I'd be impressed if the GPU allows 4K output only. Otherwise it's a waste of processing power.

silvacrest3501d ago

but then the phone would take a hit in gaming performance

its not worth the battery drain, added cost, performance hit etc

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Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 SoC will power the next generation of Windows on Arm laptops

Qualcomm’s latest SoC for Windows laptops is now official, and it’s called the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 Compute Platform.

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Apparently, Qualcomm is working on a Nintendo Switch competitor

An unlikely competitor has entered the field.

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Microsoft, Google, and Qualcomm are unpleased with Nvidia buying Arm

Microsoft, Google, and Qualcomm are unpleased with Nvidia buying Arm. Qualcomm is the most resolute to see the acquisition blocked.

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