MediaTek Stories September 25

After Hours: New Spotify playlists, MediaTek’s Android TV chipset, more

Some of today’s top stories included more Pixel 4 details, Android 10 Go Edition, and a big Amazon event. Alongside that, though, other stories worth noting include a MediaTek chipset that’s perfect for Android TV devices, some new Spotify playlists, and more.

MediaTek Stories July 30

MediaTek launches Helio G90 and G90T chips aimed at budget gaming phones

Budget chipset maker MediaTek has unveiled two brand new affordable gaming chips that should help power the next wave of dedicated gaming phones called the Helio G90 and G90T.

MediaTek Stories May 29

MediaTek unveils 5G chipset made to make 5G phones affordable

MediaTek has unveiled its latest 5G 7-nanometer chipset which could help bring the superfast wireless connectivity to budget handsets globally.

MediaTek Stories July 27, 2016

BLU Products Announces the Studio Touch, 4G LTE, Metal, and Fingerprint Scanner starting at $99 2016-07-27 15-46-33

The seemingly constant stream of new super-cheap-but-capable Android phones continues, with the announcement today of Blu’s Studio Touch priced at just $99. The phone sports a metal body, a fingerprint sensor, 4G LTE, a 5-inch HD display, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and more…

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MediaTek Stories May 31, 2016

Sony brings its budget-friendly Xperia E5 to the market

In the myriad of flagship devices that get announced almost every month, we tend to forget that a big chunk of Android customers comprises people that care little about all the fancy features higher-end devices carry, and mostly need a tool to get a few things done.

That’s the market Sony is targeting with its latest handset. After quickly retracting all mentions of the Xperia E5 from social media briefly after unveiling it last week, the Japanese firm is officially announcing the device today

MediaTek Stories April 25, 2016

Lei Jun, founder and CEO of China's mobile company Xiaomi, speaks at a launch ceremony of Xiaomi Phone 4, in Beijing, July 22, 2014. China's Xiaomi unveiled on Tuesday its new flagship Mi 4 smartphone, aimed squarely at the premium handset market dominated by Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY LOGO) - RTR3ZN52 In an announcement which could deal a further blow to Qualcomm’s slowing processor business, Xiaomi is seemingly about to reveal plans to build its own CPUs in-house. In a report published by Korea Times, it’s claimed that the major Chinese smartphone maker will use the industry-standard ARM license technology to make its own ‘Rifle’-branded SoCs.

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