Snapdragon is a technology developed by the US company Qualcomm. The company specializes in the production of mobile chips, with the goal of bringing a powerful and energy-saving technology to the market that combines high performance and long battery life. The history of Snapdragon technology begins in 2007, when Qualcomm launched the first Snapdragon processor. At the time, the processor was the first of its kind to combine the functions of CPU, GPU and cellular modem in a single chip. 

Today, Snapdragon can be found not only in smartphones and tablets, but also in many other devices such as smartwatches, laptops, digital cameras and even drones. In summary, the history of Snapdragon technology is a success story based on constant innovation and improvement. Qualcomm has managed to develop a technology that is both powerful and energy-efficient, meeting the requirements of modern mobile devices.

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Qualcomm - QCS410 - Powerful Quad-core System on Chip
Manufacturer: Qualcomm
MPN: QCS-410-0-PSP806-TR-01-0-AC
  • Dual 14-bit Qualcomm Spectra™ 250L ISP capable of supporting up to 21MP at 30fps
  • ​Qualcomm® Adreno™ 612 GPU with 64-bit addressing @ up to 845MHz with latest API support
  • Qualcomm® Hexagon™ DSP with dual hexagon vector extensions for running DNN models and advanced Qualcomm® Neural Processing Engine SDK support
  • Quad-core Qualcomm® Kryo™ 460 CPU optimized for power and DMIPS
  • Qualcomm AI Engine designed to support accelerated on-device machine learning
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Quectel – SC200REMNA-E51-UGNDA  – Quectel Smart Module SC200
Manufacturer: Quectel Wireless Solutions
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Qualcomm is undoubtedly one of the largest companies in the semiconductor industry. Especially in the field of mobile processors, the US company holds a leading position and has been known for its Snapdragon processors for years. In the past few years, Qualcomm has repeatedly caused a stir with its Snapdragon processors. But what are the future prospects for the Snapdragon? One thing is certain: The company still seems to be on a successful path. Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors are primarily characterized by their high performance. They are able to run even the most demanding applications, such as 4K video recordings or gaming applications, smoothly and without problems.

With the Snapdragon 888, the Americans recently introduced a processor that is once again significantly more powerful than its predecessor and is supposed to bring improved camera performance, among other things. Another advantage of the Snapdragon processors is their energy efficiency. They require comparatively little power and thus contribute to a longer battery life. This is an important factor for smartphones and other mobile devices in particular.

However, the Snapdragon is not only successful in the field of mobile devices. Qualcomm also wants to use its processors more on the Internet of Things (IoT) in the future. For this, the company has already developed its own IoT platforms based on Snapdragon processors. In summary, the future prospects for Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor are quite promising. With the constant further development and the opening up of new areas of application, the company seems to be at the forefront of the semiconductor industry in the future as well.