Wednesday, May 9, 2012

YTL and GCT Semiconductor released the world's first 4G smartphone with support for WiMAX and HSPA

YTL Communications Company is a provider of 4G in Malaysia. The company GCT Semiconductor - a leading developer of semiconductor solutions for 4G. Together, the companies announced the release of the smartphone Eclipse, which was allegedly the world's first smartphone 4G, while supporting WiMAX and 


HSPA. WiMAX provides support for a chip GCT GDM7205.
According to the partners, a smartphone running Android «offers unparalleled freedom of communication, combining the speed of 4G and the function of IP-telephony." Behind the user to switch between networks, WiMAX and 3G/GSM Eclipse gives us the opportunity to provide VoIP and instant messaging, and videoconferencing. 


Eclipse is the basis of a smartphone-core processor Qualcomm
The basis of the smartphone is a single core processor Qualcomm, running at 1 GHz running Android 2.2 Froyo. In The configuration includes 512 MB of RAM and 2 GB of flash memory. The device is equipped with a screen size of 4.1 inches, a resolution of WVGA. Equipment includes a front camera resolution of 0.3 megapixels and a rear camera 5 megapixel resolution. The device is powered by a battery capacity of 1500 mA ∙ h With dimensions of 122 x 65 x 12,9 mm smartphone weighs 135 gYTL and GCT Semiconductor released the world's first 4G smartphone with support for WiMAX and HSPA
Smartphones and related services are available in the network Yes, owned by YTL Communications. According to the company, Yes is the first mobile operator to offer mobile Internet connectivity and mobile telephony as a service.
Sources: GCT Semiconductor, Yes