Qualcomm has released a firmware update for its AirWatch tracker, which allows it to be used by a wide range of smartphones and tablets.
The update adds new capabilities to the device, such as support for voice and video calls and can automatically download apps for a variety of platforms, such.
The AirWatch is currently available for pre-order at a suggested retail price of $249.99, though a number of other devices are expected to be offered with the update in the coming months.
The update also adds the ability to use the AirWatch as a “live view” display, meaning it can be used to display any image, such to photos, videos or even videos recorded on the device.
“The AirWatch can be useful in situations where your phone or tablet needs to take pictures, videos, and/or other audio or data, or can be shown to your friends and family, for example,” said Qualcomm CEO and co-founder, Dr. Min-Jun Kim in a statement.
“The AirView can also be used for other purposes, such with a calendar, calendar alerts, or reminders.”
The update was released last week, and is available for download now on the Qualcomm website.
The company has been working on updates for its own mobile platform, Qualcomm Technologies, since 2014.
The company is now working on an update to Qualcomm Technologies’ Snapdragon 821 chipset, which has been one of the most anticipated and expensive chipsets of the past few years.
The Snapdragon 801 chip was the first to be released in 2018, but it only launched two years later.