The Elephone P6000 would probably redefine what you'd expect from an entry level device, as you'll come to see in our review. But while you wait on that, check out our unboxing and first impressions!
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Review: Elephone P6000 - rethinking the flagship
JiaYu probably isn't a brand you've heard of, but if a 5.5" 1080p display, 3 GB RAM and a large 3050 mAh battery interests you, then you'll find this to be the best bang-for-buck smartphone available.
The next high-spec MediaTek chip to make an appearance will be the 64-bit MT6795 based on ARM's big.LITTLE technology. MediaTek has released a teaser showing 1080p video captured at 480fps.
Qualcomm's dominance over the smart device industry may be coming to an end, if not at the hands of Samsung and Intel then it's definitely at the hands of the ever-growing juggernaut MediaTek.
Most mid-range and flagship phones are powered by Qualcomm SoCs, but a Taiwanese company aims to change that, and is currently planning to take the fight right to Qualcomm's doorstep.
Multiple Mediatek-based smartphones, including the Acer Liquid E2, are automatically restarting themselves upon receiving a plain equals sign ("=") in an SMS message. However the fix is fairly simple.
If you've had enough of recharging your smartphone all the time, Philips may have the phone you need, featuring a huge 5300mAh battery, offering up to 66 days' standby and 33 hours of talk-time.
Google has announced a bunch of new hardware partners that will be incorporating its Google TV software into their products, including future TVs from LG, Samsung, Sony, Visio and more.,
Microsoft said on Tuesday that it is partnering with Taiwanese chipset vendor MediaTek to drive growth in smartphone sales for emerging markets over the next 12 months. The partnership will provide a multimedia-rich smart phone solution...
Both Netherlands-based Philips Semiconductors and Taiwan-based MediaTek expect to begin offering solutions for dual-layer DVD+R technology in the second quarter of this year at the earliest, according to sources. Philips expects to begin offering downloadable...