Qualcomm Introduces 215 SoC for Low-Cost Smartphones

Qualcomm Introduces 215 SoC for Low-Cost Smartphones

Qualcomm is determined to continue competing with the likes of Samsung and MediaTek when it comes to internal hardware for entry-level devices. The US-based chip maker has just revealed its latest SoC aimed at budget-friendly models, the 215. Compared to the earlier 212 SoC, the new 215 should provide roughly 50 percent increased performance. It is the first 64-bit chipset for low-end smartphones, which should translate in better device longevity and performance boost. The 215…

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Design Flaws of Samsung Galaxy Fold

Design Flaws of Samsung Galaxy Fold

A recent teardown of the Samsung Galaxy Fold revealed a number of major design flaws. For the better part of the decade, Samsung has been researching and developing the foldable phone technology. It’s quite disheartening to see that a number of review units literally broke down after a few days of use. This makes the nearly $2,000 flagship far less reliable than a $200 entry level smartphone. We are left wondering whether the mid-June ETA…

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