MediaTek is not always at the forefront of the high-end market, but things may soon change: the manufacturer in fact has unveiled that it will …
n April 2012, Intel’s first plausible smartphone, the Xolo X900, was officially launched. It was a solid initial effort for Intel to enter the mobile market. …
First it was Huawei, then it was Xiaomi, now Meizu are rumoured to be working on its own processor.
While the Intel processors are totally taking over the tablet and convertible market, their effort in gaining some foothold in phones has failed spectacularly. Even …
Mediatek have really pulled their finger out over the past year or so with some really solid chip launches, but its the Helio X30 that the company hopes will really take on the top guns.
Mediatek Helio P10 and X20 adoption is set to be sky-high for early 2016 but for phones coming later in the year they might receive the 16nm Helio P20.
Everyone might be Helio P10 this and X20 that, but it’s the bread and butter chipsets that make up most of Mediateks more sales and they have just added 3 new processors to their range.
Has Elephone really made a slim bezel phone with Helio P10 chipset? Well real photos of their new Elephone P9000 Lite say yes.
The processor that aims to take on Qualcomm and Samsung while possibly driving the Huawei Mate 8 has just been officially announced. Keep reading for full Huawei Kirin 950 specifications.
Mediatek are all hands on deck these days. The Helio X10 and X20 have already impressed us and now details of the Mediatkek Helio X30 have really gotten things going!
Chinese chip maker Allwinner have unveiled the Allwinner A64 SoC for tablets which could bring 4K video support to devices in lower price brackets.
Chinese analysts have hit Weibo today with breaking news of Huawei’s and Qualcomm’s next generation processors.
Mediatek have brought 64bit processing down to a point that everyone can enjoy the benefits, but just what are the differences between the MT6795, MT6752 and MT6732? Keep reading to find out.
A lot of people scoffed at Mediatek when they made their first 8-core processor, but soon ate their words. Will the same happen with Mediatek’s rumoured 10 and 12 core chips?
Xiaomi already have their own phones, tablets, TV’s, wearables, UI, and clothes line, so what else could they add to their line up? How about their own chipset?
Allwinner have announced a new processor designed specifically for gaming consoles and Android TV boxes.
Rockchip has taken over the Chinese tablet market back last year from Allwinner who happened to be the tablet SoC leader one year earlier. When …
In our Asus Zenfone 5 Review we put this budget Taiwanese handset threw its paces but will we come out smiling the other side? Keep reading for full in depth details.
Chip maker Allwinner are planning to launch their 64-bit chips this year, based on new ARMv8 architecture.
Benchmarks of over 47,000 is only part of the story for the new Mediatek MT6595 and MT6795, they also boast amazing mutlimedia advances too.