The chipset adds LTE Cat.4 connectivity and dual-SIM support among other features.
Boasting a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor with up to 1.1 GHz, the chip has an Adreno 304 GPU with 720p display support, 8MP camera support, 1080p video recording/playback, the aforementioned LTE and dual-SIM LTE support.
Additionally, the chip has Quick Charge 2.0 support allowing for faster charging.
Qualcomm says it believes the chip will be used in the world's first sub-$100 LTE-A smartphones starting in the Q1 2015.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 10 Sep 2014 11:47