Published on Jun 12, 2012
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Qualcomm is looking to set a Guinness World Record at this year's E3 event showcasing its Snapdragon processors and demonstrate the importance processors play in enabling a great mobile experience, therefore we are calling all gamers to get in on the action and qualify to be a part of the Snapdragon Gaming World Record Challenge.
As part of the Company's efforts to educate consumers about the importance of the mobile processor and how it delivers the ultimate mobile experience, Qualcomm seeks to set, using Snapdragon processors, the Guinness World Record for "Longest Video Games Marathon Playing on a Tablet" record.
With more than 60 percent of mobile users playing games on their devices, we believe this is a great opportunity to demonstrate how Snapdragon processors help enhance consumer mobile gaming experiences.
Snapdragon processors enable gaming on a full spectrum of devices and we are looking forward to showing its capabilities on a tablet throughout this Guinness World Record initiative. By setting a world record at E3, Qualcomm will showcase how Snapdragon processors are built to handle everything from the most advanced, console-quality games to seamlessly switching between multiple apps and the internet.
Consumers can ensure they are getting a differentiated user experience by understanding that the mobile processor inside the device is what controls the performance and quality with which they enjoy their music, apps, video, online browsing and gaming. Selecting a smartphone or tablet powered by a Snapdragon processor ensures that the device will deliver the highest quality mobile computing experience.
The Snapdragon Gaming World Record Challenge effort is in collaboration with AT&T who has provided the Samsung Galaxy Tab™ 8.9 Tab our gamers will be playing. Our Challengers will play games developed by Gameloft, Halfbrick, Sega, NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc., Glu and Com2Us.
Snapdragon processors offer gamers exclusive mobile games through Game Command, featuring life-like graphics with console-quality gaming and marquee titles like "The Ball" by TripWire or "Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation" by Gameloft.
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