Qualcomm Smartphone OS Support

Qualcomm technology is powering the next generation of mobile devices across a number of different operating systems, including Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian and Linux-based platforms.

Qualcomm has been involved with the development of the Android operating system and its technology can currently be found in nearly every Android handset that has been announced to date.

Qualcomm chips are in nearly every Windows phone announced to date.

Qualcomm chipsets also support full Flash Player 10.1, with work being done with Adobe to optimize performance, further enhancing the user experience for users of Windows phones and Android phones with Qualcomm technology.

MSM7xxx-series chipsets offer application processing and modem functionality in a single chip for mainstream smartphones. Snapdragon is Qualcomm's high-end system-on-a-chip (SoC) chipset platform with integrated 1GHz application processor, 3G modem and multimedia engines, bringing an unrivalled level of power and performance to premium smartphones and smartbooks.

The following list is a few of the latest smartphones Qualcomm is powering.

Android Handsets:
- Powered by Snapdragon: Acer Liquid, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10.
- Powered by MSM7xxx Series: T-mobile G1 (HTC Dream), HTC Magic, T-mobile G2 (HTC Hero), HTC Tattoo, T-mobile Pulse, Motorola Dext.

Windows Phones:
- Powered by Snapdragon: Acer neoTouch, HTC HD2, Toshiba TG01
- Powered by the MSM7xxx Series: HTC Touch2, HTC Pure, HTC Touch Diamond2, HTC Touch Pro2, Sony Ericsson Xperia X2, LG GM750, Acer beTouch E100, Acer beTouch E101, Acer beTouch E200, Garmin-Asus nüvifone M20.

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