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Smartphone SoC Brings High-Speed Uplink to Low-End Phones

Broadcom announced an ARM11-based SoC (system-on-chip) intended to provide low- and mid-range smartphones with HSUPA (high-speed uplink packet access networking). Providing data uploads at up to 5.8Mbps, the BCM21553 runs Android or Windows Mobile, includes a & high performance 3D graphics core,& and supports cameras up to eight megapixels, the company says....
 
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