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If a recent report from China is to be believed, next year Huawei might be purchasing MediaTek's 5G chip for some of its smartphones.
Mediatek's new gaming chips were announced in India, where we learned a lot a very different tech market.
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MediaTek is taking smartphone gaming seriously and aims to bring it to the next level with its new chipsets, the Helio G90 and G90T.
The MediaTek Helio P65 is a mid-range octa-core application processor that offers support for cameras up to 48 megapixels.
MediaTek has announced its own MediaTek 5G chipset at the ongoing Computex 2019, and it it built upon the newly announced Cortex-A77 architecture.
Arm introduced its next-generation Cortex-A77 CPU design, alongside its new Mali-G77 graphics processor and Mali-D77 display processor.
A 5G MediaTek chip will be arriving later this month, according to it official Weibo profile. Whether it will be a modem or an SoC is yet unknown.
Now that Intel has announced its exit from the smartphone 5G modem chip game, there are only five modem chip makers left in the industry.
MediaTek is going to soon join the 5G game, with a 5G modem planned for the first half, and a 5G SoC for the end of this year.
A recent report suggests that 7nm chip orders placed with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) are ramping up.
A recent report not only talks about how Huawei and HiSilicon are driving serious growth for TSMC, but it also could surpass Apple in chip orders.
A recent report citing several sources reveals that key SoC players like Qualcomm, MediaTek, and HiSilicon are looking to increase R&D personnel in Taiwan.
We'll likely see a 7nm 5G MediaTek chip later this year, according to company executives, one that will be more capable than the Helio P90
Will anyone be able to step up to the plate by 2020 and bring Apple a decent 5G modem for its iPhones to utilize? One analyst says it's slim pickings.
A temporary shutdown has partially affected chip production at TSMC, and, according to reports, it was due to a substandard chemical.
It looks like a sequel to Nokia's most basic Android phone may be coming our way, perhaps in time for MWC 2019.
The 5G chip market this year will be dominated by three companies, according to a recent report: Qualcomm, Intel, and MediaTek.
New testimony from the FTC vs Qualcomm trial reveals that Apple was considering Samsung and MediaTek as 5G iPhone modem suppliers.
Honor is apparently working on a new smartwatch, according to a recent Bluetooth certification, one built on the MediaTek platform.
This also means that this mid-ranger MediaTek chip will be pegged to Android Pie from the outset: a step in the right direction from the outset.
Features of this new upper mid-tier mobile applications chipset include 10-bit YUV processing with special AI enhancements for streaming video.
Intel steps up to the plate with its cellular connectivity offering for device makers in the 5G age. But it likely won't see daylight until 2020.