Samsung selects Spreadtrum baseband platform for Samsung GALAXY Note GT-I9228

By Telecom
Lead Team:
Spreadtrum Communications, a fabless semiconductor provider in China
with technology in 2G, 3G and 4G wireless communications standards, announced
that its TD-SCDMA baseband platform, is equipped in the TD-SCDMA version of the
Samsung GALAXY Note for China Mobile subscribers.

is Samsung’s second smartphone powered by Spreadtrum basebands, following the
Samsung GALAXY S II which started shipping in China in September, 2011.

with 40nm CMOS silicon technology, the SC8803G delivers superior standby and
talk times. Spreadtrum’s SC8803G enables TD-SCDMA, EDGE, GPRS and GSM operation
and supports TD-HSDPA at 2.8Mbps and TD-HSUPA at 2.2Mbps.

combination with Spreadtrum’s RF transceiver, the SR3200LS, the SC8803G
achieves a small modem footprint that can be coupled with third party
application processors to drive high end smartphone performance.

“We are
pleased to support Samsung in bringing the high performance products that have
achieved global success to China 3G subscribers. Samsung’s selection of our
baseband platform for the Samsung GALAXY Note validates the leadership and
product maturity that we have achieved in the growing TD-SCDMA market,”
said Leo Li, Spreadtrum’s 
president and CEO.

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