In the mobile version of the chipset market, Qualcomm continues to make a breakthrough and have a long-term plan in competition with other vendors.

Major step was initiated by the presence of smart phones dual core based with capability 1.5GHz to 1.7 GHz in late 2011 or 2012. Is this already maximized? Oh of course not, because this is just a starting point only.

For plans, Qualcomm will be ready to present Adreno 225 that reportedly will be present in pairs with Windows 8. This chipset is believed to rival the power of the GPU that has been immersed in PlayStation Vita.

In 2013 Qualcomm is scheduled to deliver quad-core chipsets that have the ability to run 2.0 GHz up to 2.5 GHz. The more harmonious when paired with GPU 320 Adreno.

Clearly, Qualcomm is expected to face stiff competition from rivals such as Nvidia, Texas Instruments (TI) and Samsung.

However, Qualcomm Snapdragon has so far proven its ability to keep its own in a hyper-competitive market of mobile chipsets.

To be sure, the chipset has been selected for power of a variety of popular smartphones (both past and present), including, Nexus, HTC Droid, Incredible, EVO 4G, Desire HD, Inspire, EVO 3D and Thunderbolt.