Here’s a demo of the world’s first ever Chromebook powered by a MediaTek processor, the MT8173.
China’s Meizu claims to have gathered a staggering 7.7 million pre-orders for its latest device, the Meizu MX4!
Huawei isn’t missing out on the IFA action. The Chinese company just unveiled the Ascend Mate 7 phablet that comes with a 6″ display, a 4100mAh battery and is only 7.9mm thick!
Samsung’s newest octacore processor has been announced and has quickly been labeled a flagship SoC worthy of a home in the next gen Galaxy Note 4 and possibly the next Meizu.
The octacore Mediatek MT6595 has been seen in numerous leaks and even at MWC, but finally the company are officially launching the next-generation processor at an event in Shenzhen.
A new generation of Chinese tablet is on the way with power provided by a new Allwinner chipset, capable of propelling the device to over 48,000 points!
The LTE-enabled MediaTek MT6595 octa-core SoC was finally showcased by the Taiwanese fabricator earlier today, after more than 2 months since announcement.
Mediatek are currently trailing Qualcomm in the LTE processor race, but not for long! Here are full specifications and everything you need to know about the Mediiatek MT6595.
Mediatek’s new MT6595 octacore processor has shown up in the popular graphics benchmarks database GFX Bench.
After virtually conquering the entry-level and mid-range segment, Taiwan’s Mediatek is now eyeing on powering the high-end smartphone segment.
LG’s upcoming ‘Odin’ 8 core SoC gets benchmarked on AnTuTu, promises performance equal to or better than Samsung’s Exynos 5410!
According to sources, Samsung’s homegrown 64-bit Exynos processor is ‘almost complete’, and the Korean giant might well be on their way to a release in the first half of 2014.
Mediatek have gone on the record to confirm that they have LTE baseband support in the works and a processor will launch early next year.
MediaTek and ARM have signed a deal allowing the Taiwanese chip maker to use ARM’s Cortex A50 processors and ARM Mali Graphics chips.
Chinese processor maker is going after Taiwanese chip giant Mediatek with their own Allwiiner A80 Octa-core processor.
Mediatek have officially announce their true 8-core mobile phone chipset today. More details of the 8-core MT6592 here.