Monday, December 26, 2011

SNAPDRAGON Stadium, Formerly Qualcomm Stadium...Shocker!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Snapdragon by Qualcomm. All opinions are 100% mine.

Since 1997 the name of Qualcomm has been blazoned on the walls and signs of the stadium in San Diego, but for 11 days in December the name will change to SNAPDRAGON STADIUM to honor the processor that drives so many mobile devices on the planet today.

Starting December 18th and running through the 28th, the name of the stadium will be changed as Qualcomm shows off it's Snapdragon processors and let's the world know they're in many devices which come from companies like: Samsung, HTC, LG and Nokia to just name a few.

These processors power mobile devices which are tablets, cellphones, and allow them to do some amazing things like make calls, surf the web, produce amazing pictures and play games, as well as listen to music all on the same device.

During the time the stadium is renamed, the Chargers will host a Sunday night game against Baltimore and two college games: The San Diego County Credit Union Poinsetta Bowl (Dec 21st) and the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl (Dec. 28th) will take place.

Naming a Stadium really is a big deal and I remember when Qualcomm took over what was then known as Jack Murphy Stadium. None of us at the time realized how long they'd have the place to themselves, but the name stuck and it's been sailing along in the annals of football history as the Chargers have really made a name for themselves including going to the Superbowl which had not been done in so long people were losing faith that it would happen again.

Did you know that Blackberry's Torch is powered by a Snapdragon processor? So is the Samsung Focus series of Windows Phones. TMobile has the myTouch 4G phone powered by the Snapdragon as well. Fast phones using a fast processor to get things done.

Snapdragon processors by Qualcomm are the digital brains inside mobile devices made

Another advantage to using the Snapdragon is extended battery life while being able to deliver great performance for things like shooting HD Video at 1080p resolution. Shoot more, recharge less. Play high quality games longer, recharge your batteries less.

The Snapdragon is available in Single, Dual and Quad Core models delivering a superior user experience while providing longer battery life than some other technologies available.

So, if you're in the area of Snapdragon Stadium, drop in, catch a game, pick up some of our information about the great processors powering some of the industry's most popular mobile devices and see what our processors can do to make your mobile life move faster, with less time plugged into a wall socket somewhere. We're about keeping your world mobile.

Thanks for taking time out to learn more.

Michael

 

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