Lenovo May Switch from INTC to QCOM for its K910 Smartphone
- Posted by Danny
- on October 4th, 2013
A snippet from the DigiTimes this morning:
Lenovo reportedly will adopt Qualcomm’s solutions for its next-generation K910 smartphone, switching from Intel’s platform used in the vendor’s existing K900 device, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
If Intel is unable to cooperate with other large smartphone vendors before the arrival of its next-generation Merrifield processor in the first quarter of 2014, the change is expected to undermine Intel’s efforts to venture into the mainstream smartphone market, the sources said.
Would be a nice feather in $QCOM’s hat if it happens.
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