Qualcomm Is Giving Away A Bunch Of Devices Including The Droid Turbo And Desire Eye Handsets

Qualcomm is currently one of the most popular mobile SoC manufacturers in the world, if not the most popular. This U.S.-based company has been making great mobile processors for years now and their latest Snapdragon 810 chip is a 64-bit octa-core beast which will no doubt be powering a ton of flagship handsets this year. LG has, for example, already announced their 2nd-gen G Flex handset at CES which is powered by Qualcomm's newest chip. Well, this U.S. company has decided to give away some stuff, read on.

This giveaway is U.S. only though, so keep that in mind. Anyhow, you can win some cool award, courtesy of Qualcomm, if you're 18 or older. This giveaway is already on the way and will last until January 9, when CES in Las Vegas ends. Today (January 7) you can win an HTC Desire Eye and a GoPro Hero4 Black. Tomorrow (January 8) you'll be able to win Motorola Droid Turbo and a GoPro Hero4 Black, while on January first Qualcomm will give away an Amazon Fire Phone, a Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 and a Fire TV. This giveaway is called "Qualcomm #InventForBetter" and you can participate by going to Twitter and say what would you with a device powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Keep in mind that your tweet has to contain the #InventForBetter hashtag and that entries are limited to 1 per person each day.

These are some great prizes that you can win and all you have to do is tell Qualcomm how would you use your Snapdragon-powered handset, that should be easy enough, right? Too bad this is US-only, but it's CES we're talking about after all. Anyhow, if you'd like to read the full release by Qualcomm and find out every single detail regarding this contest, follow the source link down below which will take you straight to Qualcomm. That being said, how many of you own a Snapdragon-powered handset at this very moment and which chip is powering your device, or perhaps devices? The Nexus 5 is still my device of choice, so I definitely belong in that category, how about you?

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