5G phones may reach Indian shores in H1
Indian consumers can expect to start buying the first set of 5G phones as early as in the first half of 2020, with some devices likely to be available in the first quarter, albeit at the higher end. However, the government prepares to auction 5G spectrum only in the April-June quarter.
All to boost performance: MediaTek unveils Helio G90 series for gaming smartphones
MediaTek claims that the GPU can offer up to 50 percent pe...
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 se...
Festive delight: OPPO Reno2 F, with quad camera setup, will be available on Amazon next week
Consumers can pre-book the smartphone on the e-commerce website between Saturday and Thursday.
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.
Spectrum, skill development key to readiness of 5G devices: Experts
Even though India has high tech designs and better software, experts feel that there are a very few system designers, especially independent designers. 5G transformation is happening fast, but India is still just an assembler, they feel.
Redmi wants to put phone heating woes to an end, may introduce Note 8 Pro with liquid cooling feature
The liquid cooling feature would keep the phone about 4-6 degrees cooler
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.
Budget smartphones LG W10, W30 go on sale in India from today
The LG W10 starts at Rs 8,999 and the LG W30 starts at Rs 9,999.
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.
Realme unveils U1 at Rs 14,499, first phone in India to be powered by the new Mediatek Hello P70 processor
The phone has a 6.3-inch 19:9 aspect FHD display with the dewdrop style notch.
How IIT graduates are giving up on their dollar dreams for startups and new-age tech companies
From dollar dreams to startups and new-age tech cos, IITians' job choices reflect the changing corp landscape.
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.
Infinix Smart 3 Plus review: Offers decent daylight camera performance, average battery life is a drawback
For Rs 6,999, Infinix Smart 3 Plus struggles hard to play the value for money card.
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