Galaxy Nexus Using LTE Chips are Cheap, with Good Performance

Posted by Kresnaep on Thursday, February 9, 2012

     Action 'surgical' phones Samsung Galaxy Nexus by marketing researcher ABI (Allied Business Intelligence) Research, obtain data that mobile phone manufacturers based in South Korea is using LTE chip with low production costs. It was found in the mobile phone operator that is destined for Verizon.

      The new chip offers the same performance data to the chip the old model, but with less than half the cost, 23 USD according to ABI Research. And, with it eventually going to be able to support the existence of LTE smartphones are cheaper, which will help spread the use of technology throughout the global 4G.

      ABI Research says that the modem Samsung GALAXY Nexus is built through a combination of circuit Via Telecom CDMA / EVDO Rev.A and LTE Samsung circuits. And this combination is now used as a standard Samsung for its smartphone destined for Verizon, which here can save 23 USD. But the quality is still excellent performance.

      Other interesting findings from ABI Research on the TI OMAP 4460 processor 1.2GHz-owned Galaxy Nexus. Processor types are found to match the specifications Exynos 1.2 GHz chip is implanted into some of the other Samsung phone models such as the Galaxy S II.

      Well, if it is the price of Samsung Galaxy Nexus components is known to be cheaper, then it should have the tag of any smartphone that must be trimmed, to make it more interesting. Or it could be Samsung intentionally apply a standard price 'high' to reap greater benefits of smart phones like Apple, iPhone.

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