MediaTek appears to be working on a new octo-core Cortex A7 based processor, named the MT6592. The chip is set to go into mass production in November this year.
A fair bit has changed in the mobile processor space since we last took a look at the market earlier in the year. Here’s a round-up of all the mobile processor news for the second quarter of the year.
MediaTek has released its new quad-core MT8125 processor, which is aimed at the tablet market. The chip is likely to be used in budget orientated smartphones and tablets, whilst still offering decent performance.
Industry sources suggest that MediaTek is working on its own cheaper big.LITTLE chip for mid-range handsets, and it’s scheduled to be released before the end of 2013.
Hot on the heels of the brand new Acer Iconia A1, which was just announced a few days ago, comes the second-generation Acer Iconia B1 with an updated design, improved specs, and optional 3G connectivity.
The MediaTek MT6572 dual-core chip is sure to give entry-level smartphones the much-needed — and fairly inexpensive — boost. Read on to find out why.
The Lenovo S6000 is likely to be a budget-friendly 10.2-inch device powered by a quad-core MediaTek processor. The tablet is currently under FCC review.
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?