News tagged: MediaTek
While tablets are not as popular as before, there are still many people that are looking to buy one. If you are in search of a new, affordable tablet, check Lenovo's updated affordable tablet lineup. The company has now launched two new Tab 7 and Tab 7 Essential priced at $99.99
ASUS is another company that is following the latest trend with 18:9 displays. The Taiwanese company has now announced its first smartphone with a display that has 18:9 aspect ratio and very thin bezels on top and bottom. Unlike others, ASUS' first such smartphone isn't a
Facial recognition technology is slowly becoming a new standard. It is currently available only on flagship smartphones and companies still need to improve it a lot, especially in terms of security, but the technology will slowly make its ways to mid-range models as well.
Apple and Qualcomm are slowly becoming worst enemies. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Apple has now made another move in the latest legal fight with Qualcomm by using components from other companies for next year's iPhones and iPads.
MediaTek obviously can't touch Qualcomm when it comes to high-end market, but the company has pretty decent chipsets for entry-level and mid-range devices. The company is now preparing a new chipset that would battle with Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 660 Lite that is
During the India Mobile Congress 2017 in Delhi, MediaTek has announced a new entry-level chipset called MediaTek MT6739. The chipset comes with a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz and supports 720p resolution, two main cameras, 18:9 aspect ratio, dual SIM cards and
After leaking online several times, Meizu has finally unveiled the affordable M6. The handset will be available for order starting September 25 in China. There will be four color options, including Moonlight Silver, Champagne Gold, Matte Black and Electric Blue.
MediaTek has been struggling lately, especially when it comes to higher mid-range or high-end segment. The Helio X30 was expected to be a very powerful chipset, but the end results are not very good, while the company has announced two new mid-range chipsets last month, the Helio
Oppo's A series of smartphones has just received a new member called Oppo A71. The smartphone is now listed on the Chinese company's Pakistan and Malaysia websites, and is currently available for purchase in Malaysia, where it is priced at RM858 or around $200. There
Lenovo today announced two new mid-range smartphones in the K series that will accompany the already available K8 Note. The new phones come in Venom Black and Fine Gold color options and will launch soon in India. The exact pricing information is unknown at the moment.
At first, Samsung's first smartphone with dual rear cameras was rumoured to be the Galaxy C10, but that obviously didn't happen as that feature was reserved for the Galaxy Note 8. Now that the Note 8 has been announced, Samsung has unveiled another smartphone with dual rear
Meizu is probably the only company that uses chipsets from all three major companies - MediaTek, Samsung and Qualcomm. For example, the Pro 6 Plus arrived with Exynos, the Pro 6s had Helio chipset and the recently announced M6 Note comes with Snapdragon.
Two new MediaTek chipsets from the P series have become official. Called Helio P23 and Helio P30, both chipsets pack an octa-core Cortex-A53 processor and are made using the TSMC's 16nm FinFET production process and will be available starting Q4 2017. Both will be globally
MediaTek chipsets have been known for cheap, entry-level solutions, but over the last few years, the company has been trying to prove it can make much better chipsets that are competitive with Qualcomm's offering. Unfortunately the flagship Helio X30 hasn't proved like a
MediaTek obviously can't compete with others in a high-end segment, but it has great offering for entry- and mid-range segments. However, Qualcomm is still a very hard competitor in these segments and the recent price cut of Snapdragon 450 to $10.50 per chip has forced MediaTek
Lenovo might be one of the worst companies when it comes to updates and therefore has decided to make a drastic turn. Every new smartphone that comes from the company will now ship with stock Android operating system, which might not be a bad thing as users will be able to
After months of rumours, MediaTek has finally launched the flagship Helio X30, which powers the Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus smartphones. The chipset was expected to compete with other high-end chipsets, but according to first results, that won't be the case.
Aside from MediaTek's confirmation about the first Helio X30 chipset, which will be the Pro 7, the handset leaks online in live image. The image once again shows the rear side of the phone and the secondary display, which looks to be the main highlight of the smartphone.
MediaTek is another company that has just revealed its official earnings for June, which is CNY 21.894 billion, up from CNY 18.37 billion in May. What nobody expected was a confirmation of the first Helio X30-powered smartphone in the document, but that is exactly what
Back in September last year, MediaTek officially announced Helio X30 and Helio P25 chipsets. And while the latter is already available, MediaTek is struggling to start shipping its flagship chipset. There are several reasons and one is because not many companies are interested in