Qualcomm imagines life without mobile phone in video
Have you ever wondered, or dreaded, what your life would be like without your mobile phone? How on earth would you update your status, check your email or occupy yourself on the way to work without games, music, YouTube or mobile shopping. If you felt a slight shudder when reading any of the above, you’ll love this new video from Qualcomm.
As you know, Qualcomm has been at the heart of mobile innovation for decades, helping to develop the technology that has made mobile phones into the multi-dimensional devices that have become the centre of our universe.
In this video, Qualcomm reminds us how different life would be without that technology and, if you’re anything like me, makes you glad to be ‘born mobile’.
Losing your mobile phone can feel like losing a limb! So imagine what it would be like not to have one at all. Qualcomm has been at the heart of mobile innovation for decades, helping to develop the technology that has made mobile phones into the multi-dimensional gadgets that have become the centre of our universe.
Today its family of Snapdragon processors appears in some of the most popular devices on the market including the HTC One, Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG Optimus G Pro.
Qualcomm Snapdragon processors power the best mobile devices – the sleekest, coolest designs with great performance and battery life including the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Sony Xperia Z, the LG Optimus G Pro and the HTC One in the UK.
Armed with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, your smartphone and tablet can handle everything from streaming Ultra HD, 3D and HD video to seamless switching between multiple apps and the Internet. All while delivering longer battery life.
To allow users to stay connected as they want and need, Qualcomm enables the future of consumer electronics and networking with the inclusion of the most advanced network and connectivity technologies such as 3G, 4G and machine-to-machine.
Now watch the video please and imagine life without a mobile device. Could you imagine life without a mobile phone?