A latest rumor signaled about Google for having intentions of launching a $100 Nexus smart-phone for emerging markets. And now, something has come up to the surface which strengthens the same rumour as noted from Taiwan that a report stating that Google could go for a partnership with Chinese manufacturer MediaTek to align for the chipset for this handset. It is being believed that Google will try to use a 64-bit chip for this economical Nexus device and MediaTek has two potential contenders with a quad core CPU and a clock-speed of 1.5 GHz and 2.0 GHz respectively, so Google might think of either of these chips.
But as any rumour has its own nature, we want you to take this with a grain of salt until there’s promotional confirmation. If all seems to be going as according to plan, this low-cost targeted Nexus smart-phone should come to surface by the other half of the year along with a new Nexus tablet and the Nexus 5 successor. We’ll keep a close look at this peculiar matter and we will let you know if anything comes up for the same
Rumoured economical Nexus smart-phone might come up with the 64-bit MediaTek chip