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Xiaomi is reportedly developing two homemade mobile chips for 2016

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First-party mobile chips are all the rage these days, and it looks like Xiaomi is going to be the next smartphone maker to produce its own system-on-chip. Rumors that the company is developing its own SoC first popped up last month, and now a second rumor has popped up which not only seems to confirm the first, but also suggests that Xiaomi is working on two mobile chips, one of which will be aimed at low-end devices while the other is aimed at high-end devices, both of which are expected to launch sometime next year.

Xiaomi is currently China’s number one smartphone OEM. This company is currently selling their smartphones only in Asia and Brazil, but the company is planning to reach other markets soon enough. Xiaomi is manufacturing all sorts of tech gadgets, ranging from smartphones and phablets, to tablets, smart TVs, various smart gadgets and even a mobile OS. That being said, we’ve been hearing some rumors that Xiaomi might be working on their very own mobile processor which will get released in 2016. This rumor popped up earlier this month, and we have some new info regarding all that now, read on. A new report surfaced in China saying that Xiaomi is indeed developing its own SoC, and according to the available info, the SoC will be available in two variants. One variant will be aimed at low-end phones, and the second version will be a higher-end chip which will be included in some of the company’s mid-range handsets quite probably.

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Connor Livingston Connor Livingston is a tech blogger who will be launching his own site soon, Lythyum. He lives in Oceanside, California, and has never surfed in his life. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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