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Market share of smartphones with 8-core processors is actually going to drop in 2014

15
Mar
2014

A new report from Taiwan says that while various Android device makers have plans to introduce more smartphones packing eight-core mobile processors this year, the market share of such devices will actually decline in 2014. Digitimes’ industry sources said that brand and white-box device makers will choose quad-core models in their upcoming devices “to build their share in the entry-level to mid-range segment.” Various companies including Samsung, MediaTek and even Huawei have eight-core chips in mind for high-end devices. Samsung is expected to include its new eight-core CPUs in versions of this year’s flagship handsets including the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Note 4, while Huawei also plans to ship an eight-core smartphone. Samsung will also be using hexa-cores for

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