The Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm is fast becoming the standard chip for smartphones—both Android and Windows Mobile—but surprisingly we haven't seen anything that can harness its performance in gaming. That may change this year, according to Qualcomm.
Speaking to Mobile-Entertainment at Mobile World Congress, their VP of product management, Mark Frankel, said:
"There will be, by the end of this year, specific game-centric platforms launched around Snapdragon"
"You'll be able to see clearly that gaming is the main focus of those devices. There'll be a category of gaming devices that hasn't been on the marketplace before using Snapdragon."