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Yota Licenses Qualcomm

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BARCELONA -- Yota Devices today announced that it is the first Russian company to enter into a software license for mobile devices with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated. The official announcement was made by Qualcomm Incorporated Chairman and CEO Dr. Paul E. Jacobs and Yota Devices CEO Vlad Martynov at Mobile World Congress 2013. The two companies will cooperate on developing cutting-edge LTE and connectivity devices, including smartphones, modems and routers. Yota Devices is currently designing mobile devices using Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, including YotaPhone, the first dual-screen Android phone with a liquid crystal display on one side and an electronic paper display on the other. Yota Devices' current suite of fast and reliable modems and routers are powered by Qualcomm Gobi 4G LTE technology in the MDM9215 and MDM9225 chipsets. YotaPhone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor (MSM8960) featuring dual CPUs, a cutting-edge 28nm technology solution designed specifically to meet the requirements of multi-tasking smartphones and tablets. Yota

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