When asked about its ongoing partnership with Microsoft on Windows Phone in a roundtable with journalists today, Qualcomm’s Rob Chandhok noted that it’s still “strong” and that the company has been “amazed” by how deeply and effectively Microsoft has been able to integrate and utilize Snapdragon’s capabilities. We specifically asked about the possibility of seeing the Snapdragon S4 — Qualcomm’s latest high-performance processor with two ARM Cortex-A15 cores — in the platform, to which Chandhok said that he didn’t want to steal thunder from its hardware partners. “You should ask OEMs about that,” he said, but added that “there’s no structural problem” to doing it.
As it stands today (and with the latest announcements at MWC this…
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