Companies like Sony, Lenovo, Huawei, and ZTE have placed orders with MediaTek for the company’s cost-effect quad-core MT6589 processor. Are low-cost 1080p quad-core smartphones from these manufacturers coming soon?
No matter how hard a company tries to keep something under wraps, it never quite works out that way. With that in mind, Evleaks has now leaked a press shot of the as-of-yet unconfirmed Huawei Ascend G700.
According to industry sources, Globalfoundries has beaten out United Microelectronics Corporation to land orders for 28nm foundry services from MediaTek. But what does this mean for smartphone and tablet consumers?
After unveiling the high-end K900, Lenovo needs to think about consolidating its already impressive homeland smartphone sales. And what better way to do that than through a stylish supersized mid-ranger with a friendly price point?
There was an awful lot going on at MWC this year, when it comes to chipset technology. Nvidia, Intel, Qualcomm, and a lot of the other big players all had something to show off.
Neither Qualcomm or MediaTek see any real consumer demand for octo-core CPUs, according to sources at MWC and their latest product road maps.
Qualcomm just finished holding a partner summit in China where they told the roughly 1,200 people in attendance that they shouldn’t use MediaTek chips.
Alcatel has officially become the first company to use MediaTek’s new MT6589 quad core ARM Cortex A7 chip. Should you buy a phone with said chip? We say no.
Earlier this month we published an article that said quad core smartphones using MediaTek’s newest chip are going to flood the market in Q1 2013. When we wrote that article, that quad core chip wasn’t announced. Today that changes.
Qualcomm made the biggest jump in terms of revenue out of all the semiconductor firms that are listed in the industry Top 20, gaining 27.2% in only one year while many other firms are struggling.