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This is why Chinese phones are so cheap - AndroidPIT

Nov 4, 2015 ... As for RAM, Chinese manufacturers won't go for DDR4 memory, which is found in many of the current top smartphones. Instead they'll go for cheaper, Chinese-made high-end DDR3 modules. Many choose Sony camera sensors mostly because, like Mediatek, the Japanese company offers good value.

You're paying too much for your smartphone, says MediaTek ...

Mar 17, 2018 ... You're paying too much for your smartphone, whether it's the iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S9 or even the mid-range-priced OnePlus 5T, says chipmaker MediaTek. The Taiwanese semiconductor company is preparing its Helio P60 chipset, which it says will power “the new premium” tier of smartphones, ...

MediaTek: You Are Paying Too Much For Your Smartphone

In recent times, we have seen a trend of growth in the price of smartphones, hence, recently, MediaTek said that we are paying too much for our smartphone.

MediaTek: You're Paying Too Much For Your Smartphone

You should not pay more than 800 dollars that your new smartphone costs, whatever your brand or its specifications. At least that is what the semiconductor company MediaTek thinks, who has taken advantage of the presentation of its new star SoC in the medium-premium range, the Helio P60, to show that it is not ...
Nov 28, 2017 ... We've already done a Snapdragon smartphone guide, but what if you're leaning towards a MediaTek-powered phone? There are loads of processors from the ... From general tasks to 4K video support, your smartphone's processor plays a big part in the overall experience. And Qualcomm's Snapdragon ...

You're paying too much for your smartphone, says MediaTek ...

Mar 18, 2018 ... You're dissing fingerprint sensors but they're honestly amazing. I can't go back to using my PIN or password and using Google Pay is so much easier. It's not only that, the cameras on the new flagships are amazing - rivalling many point and shoots. And performance is a massive factor. It's great not having ...

Your Chinese Smartphone Might Have A Serious Security Problem

A recently discovered vulnerability in many budget Chinese handsets, which could allow an attacker to gain root access, is currently a threat to owners of Android 4.4 KitKat ... Many phones run SoCs (System on Chip) built by Taiwanese-based MediaTek, who are one of the largest semiconductor manufacturers in the world.

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