Texas Instruments Testing New Phone Chips

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    Deepak B3D Yoddha

    Jan 10, 2003
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    DALLAS - Texas Instruments Inc. says it is testing two new semiconductor chipsets that could mark the next step in making so-called third-generation mobile phones more affordable and widely available.

    Officials were scheduled to announce Tuesday in Tokyo that Texas Instruments has tested a new and advanced chipset with Japan's NTT DoCoMo Inc. and expects phones with the new component to be on the Japanese market next year.

    At the other end of the third-generation market, Texas Instruments was set to announce that it is testing a new processor designed to boost video performance and support cutting-edge phone functions such as 30 frames per second digital video and 3D gaming at a lower cost than previous chips.

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