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Qualcomm just for few years has positioned itself as the largest manufacturer of processors for smartphones and tablets, despite attempts by companies like Intel and MediaTek to jeopardize its dominance in this segment. The future strategy of this brand is quite interesting as it plans to provide Qualcomm on increasingly strong presence in various market niches, including Drones. In an attempt to achieve the company is already developing a new platform that is called Snapdragon Flight.

To facilitate the whole process of designing and manufacturing Drones of the leading manufacturers in the industry. The platform itself is based on Snapdragon 801 processor and the idea is to provide them with an effective solution that takes care of all communications machinery and management of their cameras. Snapdragon Flight includes support for 4K resolution video, but also for Wi-Fi and LTE network, Bluetooth, as well as innovative technology Quick Charge.

The new platform of Qualcomm aims to eliminate one of the biggest drawbacks of the Drones today, namely, that all components are produced by different manufacturers. Qualcomm plans to provide them with an affordable solution that removes all the problems with the compatibility of these modules and will then facilitate their development. Yuneec is the first brand that will use Snapdragon Flight into a real product on the market, and its premiere is expected next year.

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