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Qualcomm Snapdragon 802 Powers Smart TVs

New SoC unveiled at CES
1/7/2014 08:40 AM EST
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sw guy
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unexpensive bet ?
sw guy   1/7/2014 9:33:08 AM
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Not sure QCOM had to invest a lot to produce new chip: Does anybody find something on it that was not already present in other ones.

Hence, looks to me as a small risk toe setting in new water.

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Smart TV SoC?
chanj0   1/7/2014 2:05:56 PM
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Smart TV, as of today's definition, is a TV with browser capability. The Qualcomm new SoC seems to bring more on the table - game console or even a tablet with more apps. Given the performance, gesture recognition like those found on Speidberg's Minority Report may become a reality. Is Qualcomm aiming at the new rumored Apple TV?

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