Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 Adding Support For Android Things This Year
Back in December when it announced/launched Android Things, Google brought with it plenty of partners for it, including its operating system. Qualcomm wanted to get in on the Android Things market as well. Qualcomm was losing out on the San Diego Chargers and the revenue at Qualcomm Stadium so they needed something to build up that lost money. That lost money was in the form of Android Things operating systems.
The Snapdragon 210 chip will help serve/function has the power source behind the LTE support for the cameras and signs for devices It appears that Google Cast will also be implemented through this method. In the future, you’ll be able to have language processing occur actually on your device and not on the internet/cloud device. Qualcomm is planning to show off its methods at the upcoming Mobile World Congress. (Via TechCrunch)