The Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm is fast becoming the standard chip for smartphones - both Android and Windows Mobile - but surprisingly we haven't seen anything that can harness its performance in gaming. That may change this year, according to Qualcomm.
Speaking to Mobile-Entertainment at Mobile World Congress, their VP of product management, Mark Frankel, said:
"There will be, by the end of this year, specific game-centric platforms launched around Snapdragon"
"You'll be able to see clearly that gaming is the main focus of those devices. There'll be a category of gaming devices that hasn't been on the marketplace before using Snapdragon."