MediaTek launches gaming series chipsets: Helio G70 & G80
The Helio G70 and G80 are aimed at new premium smartphone users and gaming enthusiasts who want high-end features at mid-tier price points. The new chipsets will power major smartphone brands that will first hit the market in India, later this month.
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The phone is powered by an octa-core Helio P60 processor.
MediaTek looks to ramp up R&D headcount in India to 800
The Taiwanese company, whose products are used across phones, set-top boxes and TV sets among others, has about 650 people in its R&D team in India across Noida, Bengaluru and Mumbai.
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Voice tech is changing our world: Anku Jain, MD, MediaTek India
"Facilitated by advances in AI and ML voice technology is changing the way we search for information and interact with our devices," said Anku Jain.
Qualcomm, MediaTek eye India's Internet of Things market
Analysts said NB-IoT reduces device complexity, enhances battery life to several years and enables deeper coverage to reach sensors and meters in challenging locations such as remote rural areas or inside buildings.
MediaTek brings 5G to centerstage to counter Qualcomm
Taiwanese chipset company that has started to work closely with the existing handset vendors worldwide including India, is expecting mobile devices tuned to the 3.5 Ghz frequency band, are on the way to hit market shelves by 2019.
Qualcomm, MediaTek eye slice of India’s Internet of Things market
In India, Qualcomm is collaborating its device partners to serve both consumer and industrial IoT segments, across applications.
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MediaTek to focus not on feature but smart phones
MediaTek has no plans of entering the emerging 4G feature phone market, choosing instead to sharpen its focus on the middle-to-premium segments to take on competition including Qualcomm.
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Ready to Support 700 MHz Band: MediaTek
“We are ready to support the 700 MHz spectrum band. The devices can already support all those (700 MHz) frequencies because they are deployed in other countries. Though they may not be exactly the same but it is really not an issue for the device ecosystem,“ MediaTek general manager for corporate sales Finbarr Moynihan said.
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