Qualcomm and Samsung extend strategic partnership through 2030

Qualcomm and Samsung extend strategic partnership through 2030

Qualcomm and Samsung have announced an expansion of their strategic partnership: the Korean electronics giant will be able to use the American developer’s technologies by the end of the decade and will continue to use Snapdragon processors in its products. This is reported on the website. Qualcomm.

    Image source: qualcomm.com

Image source: qualcomm.com

The two companies were able to agree on extending the license agreement for the use of patented solutions in the 3G, 4G, 5G and even 6G sectors until the end of 2030. Qualcomm will also increase Samsung’s range of Snapdragon processors used in Samsung Galaxy series devices, including smartphones, tablets, PCs, augmented reality devices and other gadgets.

Qualcomm boss Cristiano Amon said that the renewal of the license agreement shows the commitment of both companies to a long-term cooperation, recalling that they have been working together for more than 20 years. Tae Moon Roh (TM Roh), head of the mobile division of Samsung MX Business, also highlighted the long-term strategic partnership between the two companies and praised the work of the American developer: In his opinion, “Qualcomm’s innovative technologies have played a major role in leading role in the development of the mobile communications industry.”


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