MediaTek has a very healthy SoC business and it’s looking to expand, but can it compete with the dominance of Qualcomm? We take a look at MediaTek’s history and its prospects.
A new mid-range HTC handset, the Desire 616, has been spotted in China and appears to be packing a 1.7GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6592 processor.
A campaign has started on the Internet asking MediaTek to release the source code for the Linux kernel which is used on the Omate.
The ThL W200S is a new octa-core Android smartphone from the Chinese handset maker. The specs are good with a 720p HD display and 32GB of internal storage, but what is it like to use every day? Read this full review and find out.
MediaTek’s new MT6732 mobile SoC is 64-bit and LTE compatible and is based on four ARM Cortex A53 cores.
MediaTek announces new Cortex-A17+A7 octa-core processor. Can MediaTek challenge Qualcomm since the new chip also has built-in support for 4G LTE?
MediaTek has announced the world’s first multimode inductive and resonance based wireless charger at CES 2014.
Octa-core phones have arrived and the ThL T100S is a good example of what can be achieved when you combine them with a HD display and 2GB of RAM. I spent a few days with this phone and put the processor through some grueling tests to discover that it is actually faster than the LG G2 and Galaxy Note 3 for pure CPU based workloads.
The Cube Talk 5H is a quad-core smartphone with a large 5.5 inch 720p HD display. It has an 8MP camera and 1GB of RAM but most impressively it only costs $180. I spent a few days with the device and this is what I discovered.
In a brazen attempt to look better than its competition, MediaTek has unveiled the MT6592, a processor which it is claiming is the world’s first true octa-core mobile platform, all I object to is MediaTek’s insistence that the Samsung Exynos 5420 doesn’t exist!