iPhone SE has Qualcomm LTE modem
Published in Mobiles


Industry insiders confirmed

Contrary to our previous reports we got a tip that iPhone SE will continue using Qualcomm modems and not change to Intel. 

Qualcomm shows off 4.5G LTE "Advanced Pro"
Published in Mobiles


1Gbps and higher peak rates, starting with 3GPP Release 13

Recently, Qualcomm has published a new corporate presentation detailing its path from 3GPP’s “Release 13” (March 2016) and beyond for LTE networks– also more conveniently known as 4.5G LTE “Advanced Pro” – with a development timeframe between 2016 and 2020.

MediaTek sees growth in emerging markets
Published in Mobiles


4G was big in China

MediaTek captured an impressive 4G market share especially in China. According to MediaTek's CJ Hsieh, the company’s presidentphone market will continue to grow in 2016 especially in emerging markets. 

Qualcomm optimistic it can sort out China Crisis
Published in Processors


Wants to jump on record growth

Qualcomm has said that it is optimistic about China despite the fact that it is having problems flogging licences in the country.

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.

Why the HTC One M9+ was pulled from Holland
Published in Mobiles


Lack of 4G 20 band affected two carriers

Last week the HTC One M9+ was pulled from sales in the Netherlands, but not from rest of the Europe leaving many people puzzled.

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.

Mediatek wants half of the China's 4G market
Published in Processors


Expanding targets

MediaTek wants to grow its 4G chip market share in China during the second half of 2015 with the aim of scoring half the market.

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.

06 November 2014

4G slows down in UK

Will be like 3G soon