Intel reportedly questioning its future in smartphone market

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 28 2014 @ 11:47 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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DigiTimes picked up rumors that Intel is reportedly questioning whether it should exit the smartphone market in 2015 if it fails to gain a foothold in this market in 2014.
The sources pointed out that Intel has internally started evaluating whether to stop spending resources on its handset business recently as the business has not seen any significant improvements in the past few years.

Since the CPU giant's cooperation with Lenovo, one of the major shipment contributors for Intel's smartphone products in 2013, has already ended, Intel's handset business may need to find new partners to be able to maintain its shipments for 2014.


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