ASUS might be using a MediaTek chips for Next-generation ZenFone smartphone

By TechNadu Staff / April 3, 2017

According to the reports, Qualcomm has been a problem in their latest flagship 835 SoC. Initially, this was started in Samsung's smartphones especially Galaxy S8 series. And the next line manufacturers like Xiaomi, Sony, HTC and more had posted their agreement that launches their own smartphones powered by Qualcomm.

After that, the next company will be ASUS. The main issue is, SoC's major supplier will be MediaTek in the mobile market which is a trouble in which the attractiveness over the public is late.

Also Read: Why Qualcomm forced Samsung to stop selling its Exynos chips to other manufacturers?

Asus company have to wait for a June and possibly for July month, the Snapdragon 835 will be launched this year to their devices. They are frustrating the update of Apple's next flagship iPhone. And then Intel totally left the market sale, so there is a problem for the bulk release of Qualcomm in this year. Such an unmanageable situation.

According to the report of Digitimes, ASUS company has a direct tie with MediaTek's fabrication partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company(TSMC). After that, this also works out in the favor of MediaTek.

The company like Samsung got into a banking with Qualcomm, not to try the Exynos series of SoC's to any other mobile OEM, because it left the Taiwanese electronics and the only option is yes, of course, the MediaTek.

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