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Chinese Tech Firm Using Intel Chip For New Mobile Handsets; Hendrik Unkel Comments

Chinese Tech Firm Using Intel Chip For New Mobile Handsets; Hendrik Unkel Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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IntelLogoChinese technology manufacturer ZTE Corp. plans to use a new Intel processor chip for its handsets as the company seeks to grow its mobile technology portfolio.

ZTE will collaborate with Intel under a multi-year partnership to create smartphone products that will run the Atom Z2580 microprocessor, PCMag.com reported Tuesday.

Hendrik Unkel, Intel director for marketing and business development at Intel, told PCMag.com Intel is aiming to grow its mobile portfolio and introduce new designs with Intel Inside to the market.

Atom Z2580 is one of several Z25xx System-on-a-Chip products unveiled last month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The 533-megahertz Z25xx SoC products contain the Hyper-Threading technology from Intel, intended to support a 1080-pixel high-definition display, Damon Poeter writes.

Ao Wen, general manager of ZTE Europe’s mobile devices division, told PCMag.com ZTE is aiming to grow its relationship with Intel to grow in the high-performance smartphone market segment.

Last year, ZTE launched Grand X IN in Europe, its first smartphone that features Intel Inside.

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