Google pairs up with MediaTek for fine tuned Android One Computing needs

Google hogged the limelight as it released its latest platter of Android One devices. The mantra of Android One is providing decent computing power packed with all the features at an affordable price. Google have tied up with the well-known Taiwanese chipset manufacturer for its affordable yet powerful computing engines.

The first bunch of Android devices will feature MediaTek latest MT6582 SoC which is based on the ARM Cortex A7 architecture. The new bit is the MediaTek CorePilot technology which maps the chipset and with the help of an advanced algorithm, adaptive thermal and interactive power management which comes in handy whilst delivering fine-tuned multi-tasking experience and consistent performance.

The fact that MediaTek is working closely with Google will bring about a change in how things are usually handled in Android devices. You could also take a sneak peak at the complete details of the new Android One phone here.

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AKHILESH KUMAR SHUKLA
September 15, 2014 9:20 pm 9:20 PM

i have xolo Q500s IPS ( MT6582 )
What will Change By this ?

CS
September 15, 2014 7:38 pm 7:38 PM

Hope MediaTek release Kernel source code.

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