Qualcomm posted earnings after the bell Wednesday night.
Adjusted earnings in the period were 77 cents a share, topping forecasts of 71 cents a share. Revenue of $4.98 billion fell from $5.22 billion a year earlier but beat forecasts of $4.8 billion.
"We delivered a better-than-expected quarter with earnings per share above the high end of our estimates, reflecting stronger QTL results and solid execution in QCT," said Steve Mollenkopf, CEO of Qualcomm. "We are also pleased to have reached multi-year agreements with Apple and look forward to continuing to support them as a customer. We are executing well on our strategic priorities as 5G commercial launches begin around the world."
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