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Robert Triggs

Lead Technical Writer covering SoCs, displays, cameras, and everything in between. In his spare moments you’ll find him building audio gadgets.

Robert's Posts

Flagship? Mid-range? Budget? Find the best phone for you

Picking out the best phone to buy can be tough, but our guide will help you narrow down the best features and price points to suit your needs.
by Robert Triggs4 days ago

Qualcomm, ZTE, and China Mobile test world’s first 3GPP end-to-end 5G NR connection

Qualcomm, ZTE, and China Mobile have today announced the world's first end-to-end 5G New Radio (NR) interoperable system based on the 3GPP Standard.
by Robert Triggs5 days ago

5G battle heats up as Intel lays out plans

Intel has unveiled its first 5G modem, the XMM 8060, which will appear in consumer devices by mid-2019, but is that enough to give the company an edge?
by Robert Triggs6 days ago

Beyond 7nm – the race to 4nm is Samsung’s to lose

Samsung is clearly ambitious in its plans to product 4nm chips by 2020, but early investments in EUV and GAAFET could indeed put the foundry ahead.
by Robert Triggs6 days ago

Here’s what Sony needs to do to get back in the smartphone game

Sony's business empire is back to profitability, but its smartphone division is still languishing behind. What can Sony Mobile do to get back on top?
by Robert Triggs1 week ago

Exploring MediaTek’s refocus on mid-tier SoCs

MediaTek is taking a break from designing flagship SoCs to focus on growth opportunities in its mid-tier Helio P series.
by Robert Triggs1 week ago

Samsung quietly outs its next gen processor – the Exynos 9810

Samsung's Exynos 9810 flagship SoC is now official, but the company hasn't revealed too much about what's going into its new smartphone chip.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago

What to expect from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845

Qualcomm is expected to launch its Snapdragon 845 mobile platform in December, so here's what we think the company has planned.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago

What being an “AI first” company means for Google

Google shifted to an "AI first" company this year, and this has already had an effect its latest products, but it's all part of an even bigger shift.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago

5G is a golden opportunity for Chinese OEMs

Unlike with 4G, China is heavily involved in the development of 5G. The new standard presents a number of opportunities for its electronics companies to expand their influence.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago
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