MediaTek announces its quad core SoC, launched in December 2012 is powering Lenovo's IdeaTab S6000.
The Lenovo IdeaTab S6000 Tablet maximizes MediaTek's advanced smart solutions to deliver high performance, a premium multimedia experience and power efficiency, at an affordable price to the global tablet marketplace.
MediaTek's proven innovation, cost-effectiveness and flexibility has made it a smart choice for device manufacturers who are keen to stay ahead in the fast changing mobile arena. In 2012, MediaTek launched the world's first commercial quad-core SoC, and is well-known for superior speed to market.
This year, at Mobile World Congress, MediaTek's quad core SoC will be powering three new Android tablets launched by Lenovo, led by the Lenovo IdeaTab S6000. Built on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system, the S6000 is a sleek (8.6mm) and light (560g), 10" tablet which leverages quad-core processing to deliver performance, connectivity, and clarity. This makes the S6000 highly adaptable and suitable for multiple uses, including web-browsing, gaming, socializing and multimedia, all whilst feeling good in the hands and being light on the pocket.
"The MediaTek team provides genuine support and has helped us cut our time to market significantly. In this way, Lenovo stays ahead of the crowd, delivering outstanding products that meet our customers' needs. Lenovo is committed to creating products 'for those who DO'. Working with MediaTek is able to bring to market efficiently and affordably, smart devices that empower and delight consumers around the world," commented Chen Wenhui, vice president of Lenovo, GM of Mobile BU.