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.

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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

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