Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 802 is a chipset that was announced right before the CES 2014 kicked off last month. However, the company now seems to have different thoughts on the future of the Snapdragon 802.
After seeing innumerable ‘mini’ versions of flagship devices with specs far from what we deem powerful, we’re finally beginning to see OEMs pay heed to the consumers demand for more powerful mini devices.
Lenovo, the well-known consumer electronics biggie from China, has more than a reason to rejoice. The manufacturing giant, operating in more than a handful of countries, has reported record sales of 4 devices per second for its second fiscal quarter, which ended September 30, 2013, with every figure from market share to revenue headed north!