MediaTek sees cheaper high-end phones with 64-bit chipsets

10/9/2013 | PCWorld

MediaTek will introduce its own system-on-a-chip for 4G smartphones based on ARM's 64-bit designs that the chip maker says will spark a decline in the price of high-end handsets by providing competition to Qualcomm. "We will push LTE as hard as we can. For a technology to become truly widespread, there must be products that are priced reasonably," said MediaTek's Johan Lodenius. In a report issued Tuesday, research firm CCS Insight predicted that the entrance of LTE-based chipsets from MediaTek, Broadcom, Intel and Spreadtrum will lead to lower-priced smartphones.

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