MediaTek to sell 150 million LTE chips in 2015
Published in Mobiles

In 18 month from zero to 180 million

MediaTek's Chief marketing officer Johan Lodenius has just mentioned that MediaTek plans to sell 150 million LTE chipsets in 2015.

Snapdragon 820 gets superfast modem
Published in Mobiles

Cat 12, 600 Mbps modem is a giant speed leap

Qualcomm has revealed that its coming Snapdragon 820 will have a Category 12, 600 Mbps 4G/ LTE modem.

Xiaomi sells 1.5 million €108 Redmi 2 phones
Published in Mobiles

Three weeks after launch

Xiaomi has just announced that it managed to sell 1.5 million Redmi 2 phones in a bit more than three weeks. 

iPhone 6S is a dedicated follower of Qualcomm
Published in Mobiles

No Intel LTE inside anytime soon

Northland Capital Markets claimed that Intel might get up to 50 percent of all iPhone market in 2016, however we asked around and it turns out that is untrue.

Samsung claims it is King of the LTE patents
Published in News

Your invoice is in the mail

Samsung Electronics has told the world that owns the largest number of patent rights essential for long-term evolution (LTE) technology in the world.

MediaTek aims to ship 800+ million SoCs in 2015
Published in Mobiles

CFO and President confirms

We had a chance to meet with some key people from MediaTek, including President CJ Ching-Jiang Hsieh and the Corporate Vice President CFO and Spokesman David Ku.

Nvidia winds down Icera modem business
Published in Mobiles

Leaving the LTE business

Nvidia is winding down its Icera modem operation in the second quarter of fiscal 2016 and exiting the LTE business.

Mediatek second largest LTE processor maker
Published in Processors

Strategy Analytics sings its praise

MediaTek has established itself as the world's second-largest maker of Long-Term Evolution (LTE)-enabled cellular baseband processors in 2014.

Alcatel Pop Astro LTE phone lands on T-Mobile
Published in Mobiles

First MediaTek LTE in USA

Alcatel has just announced that its affordable LTE-enabled Pop Astro is available at T-Mobile. 

Samsung's in-house modem developed over 7 years
Published in Mobiles

San Diego born and raised

Samsung's Exynos 7240 is a little miracle, and being the first mobile 14nm SoC in the market has its own benefits.