The brain of your mobile phone is a tiny processor sitting in the mainboard of the device. Majority of mobile phones and mobile devices use ARM processors in some way or the other . The ARM architecture is licensed by several companies such as Apple, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Samsung,Texas Instruments
ARM displayed a wide variety of products utilizing the company’s technology during MWC 2010 ranging from phones , tablets , e-readers , notebooks and other devices including it’s latest Cortex A9 Dual Core offering !
The device you see below is a Android tablet powered by an ARM-based Nvidia Tegra chipset
Android Tablet Compal naz10 based on Nvidia Tegra
Speaking of phones which utilize ARM architecture – Motorola Droid/Milestone,
Google Nexus One,
Samsung Omnia HD , Nokia N900 all use ARM based processors
The company also showcased its Cortex-A9 MPCore processor – Dual-Core mobile processor
Just see how small the CPU chip is compared to a usb head.
We also spotted the NVIDIA Tegra Mobile web processor which brings the power of NVIDIA graphics to mobile devices. It supports speeds up to 1GHz in single or dual-core mode. You can encode 1080p videos or decode them
Lenovo Skylight ARM-based smartbook uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor
Marvell Ebox Runs on Ubuntu play 1080p video and Quake 3
Just one tiny device which was connected to a 24 inch monitor . keyboard and a mouse and it became a powerful PC
NFC payments Mifare – Qualcomm
In this demo we saw PIN protected mobile payments being made using a Qualcomm Snapdragaon device .