You know that shiny new tablet HP introduced yesterday? The first 10 inch tablet to run webOS? It’s also going to be the first tablet to ship with a new Qualcomm chip called the Snapdragon APQ8060.

Qualcomm officially announced the chip this morning. As you’d expect, it’s a low power ARM-based chip which should provide decent battery life in smartphones or tablets like the HP TouchPad. But this little guy packs a bit of punch.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060 features a dual core CPU and an Adreno 220 graphics processor. It supports up to a 16MP camera and can record or display 1080p stereoscopic 3D video or 8MP stereoscopic still images. You can also display 3D video on an external display with an HDMI connection.

via SlashGear

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