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Samsung to work with MediaTek to expand the Tizen ecosystem

Samsung Electronics have recently met the CEO of MediaTek in an effort to bring Tizen to a wider Asian market and lower their price point for Smartphones.
By
Ash
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Jan 7, 2015

 
Samsung Electronics have recently met the chief executive of MediaTek, a popular Taiwanese based semiconductor company, in an effort to co-operate in bringing Tizen to a wider market. The idea is to lower the price point for potential Samsung Tizen Smartphones.

MediaTek chips are not only used in mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, but also for multimedia devices such as TV, DVD and BluRay player. Currently Samsung will be using China based Spreadtrum's mobile chipset for the Samsung Z1 that will launch soon in India, but MediaTek is a name that is recognised in Asia and will help Tizen become more easily accepted in this market.
 

 

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