Qualcomm and Google will jointly work on Renault's new electric vehicle

While Google is ditching longtime partner Qualcomm as a supplier of chips for tablets and laptops,

in other areas, they continue to cooperate successfully.

Qualcomm and Google have teamed up to supplykey computing chips for the digital dashboard of the Renault Megane E-TECH Electric, a new generation electric vehicle (EV) of the French automaker.

The Renault Megane E-TECH Electric will use Qualcomm chips to control the car's infotainment system using Google software.


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Qualcomm Snapdragon 3rd Generation PlatformsAutomotive Cockpit Platforms power the vehicle's high-tech infotainment system, which includes touchscreen displays for audio, visual and navigation functions.

Qualcomm and Google will work together to createhighly intuitive artificial intelligence for virtual in-car assistance, natural interaction between car and driver, and contextual safety.

Source: qualcomm

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