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Qualcomm plans to produce processors for wearables too. Qualcomm has made a partnership with three niche technical companies to implement its recent Snapdragon chips for wearables to a specialized segment of smart watches.
The recently presented Snapdragon Wear SoC is targeted on the next generation of Internet-linked smart watches, kid and senior wrist watches, smart glasses, smart bands or smart headphones. The inclusion of these producers on the Snapdragon’s Wear platform reveals interesting new opportunities for device makers.
They can now speed up the design, enhancement and implementation of impressive wearable tech devices like smart glasses Qualcomm is an innovator in the wearable segment with 25 items in research based on its latest Snapdragon 2100 system.
Along with them there are other 65 items already in the delivery phase, said the company’s officials in the recent press release. The inclusion of these partners will further increase the durability and variety of the gadgets and will let system producers to bring impressive gadgets to their customers.
The most exciting collaboration is with Infomark, a firm that has no intention in creating other Android Wear gadgets. The company produces the JooN phone for children and wants to develop identical equipment that is focused toward the seniors.
Another new associate, Borqs, is in the same way developing kid timepieces and seniors watches for the increasing wearable industry. The third entrant on this roster is Compal, one of the companies that make components for businesses that many people have heard of.
The system company’s list of customers contains Acer, Dell and Lenovo, although it is too premature to say that it will make watches for them. However, Dell does not have its own smart watch, while the Vibe Band from Lenovo does not run on the Android Wear operating system, so there is room to improve, at least.
Due to the fact that Qualcomm’s processors were released only a couple of weeks ago, the inexpensive gadgets that will incorporate them in another six months or so. Still, many people are thrilled to find out what these organizations can accomplish with more recent, more versatile resources and how that will change the wearable technological innovations.
Smart watches, kid timepieces and senior wearables are a large specialized niche for customers around the globe. Borqs has tactically invested in technology for smart linked gadgets and unique services, said the company’s representatives.
They are honored to be working with Qualcomm and to build advanced devices, besides meeting the different needs over a wide range of mobile markets. With these features settles, their customers can speed up the implementation of gadgets in this dynamic field.