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|13th May 2016, 09:54||#1|
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MediaTek not buying Intel mobile
Our industry contact just wrote us about the rumor that MediaTek might acquire Intelís mobile division. We asked a few people within the mobile department, and it appears this is not happening.
It doesnít make any sense to purchase a mobile division that failed to produce any significant phone designs and for that it is worth, MediaTek is making much better mobile SoCs than Intel. Even so, Intel is making quite decent modems that might end up in iPhone 7, but MediaTek is on a good way to make a modem that supports beyond Cat. 6 and it is already working on 5G LTE technology for deployment in a couple years.
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