In more recent times, the stock peaked at NT0 in January 2010, and saw a low point in August 2011 at NT1.
The stock price saw its highest level since 2010 at NT5 on 3 July 2014.
Media Tek delivers solutions across the mobile communications, home entertainment and connectivity fields.
Applications for Media Tek chips include smartphones and feature phones, tablets, digital televisions such as LCD TVs, DVD and Blu-ray players, optical drives used in PCs, Wi-Fi routers and other devices featuring wireless connectivity (GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC), ADSL equipment, and smart home appliances.
It's a 'true octa core' chip with eight ARM Cortex-A7 application processor clocked up to 1.7–2.0 GHz and Mali-450 MP4 GPU clocked at 700 MHz.
There is no on-board LTE modem but it includes NFC radio. Media Tek has subsequently introduced additional products using a "true octa-core" CPU configuration using Cortex-A53 cores, with support for ARM's 64-bit ARMv8-A architecture, including the MT6752 clocked at 1.7 GHz and the high-end MT6795 clocked up to 2.2 GHz.
On 20 November 2013, in a press event held in Beijing Media Tek officially announced the MT6592 So C.In its early days, the stock peaked at NT3 (the all-time high) in April 2002, and later saw a peak of NT6 in March 2007.The lowest price in the period starting from 2001 was reached in January 2005, with a stock price of NT1.Devices using the MT6795 were expected to be commercially available by the end of 2014.On 7 January 2014, Media Tek announced its development of multimode receiver technology that is compatible with inductive and resonant charging – two of the common wireless charging technologies – the first in the wireless charger industry in enabling multimode charging.Most octa-cores were sold in China, while the export market (chips sold directly to manufacturers in countries such as India) was dominated by dual-core.