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Yoshida in China: Will MediaTek’s good luck hold in 2013?

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docdivakar
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re: Yoshida in China: Will MediaTek’s good luck hold in 2013?
docdivakar   12/18/2012 6:01:14 PM
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Ditto Kris! 10X increase would mean people in developing economies will be dumping their 'dumb' phones and get entry-level smart phones. People in these economies tend to keep things longer; a majority of them use it for texting and voice calls. MP Divakar

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suntan   12/14/2012 6:34:13 PM
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10-fold ? that is 1024X. the M-brother will be doing Brazillion $ in sales. Why can't we in the engineering community get this right ?

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wave.forest   12/14/2012 1:19:55 PM
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It reads "In 2011, MediaTek sold 550 million feature phone chips, but shipped only 400 million units this year. It has increased smartphone chip shipments from 10 million units in 2011 to 110 million units this year."

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krisi   12/13/2012 10:21:38 PM
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10x increase in chip shipment for smart phones?!!

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