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  Date: 21st Jun 2011

MIPS-Based Smartphone passes Android CTS

The blogger Amit Rohtagi in his article on www.mips.com said MIPS processor based Android smartphone with an SoC from Ingenic Semiconductor based on the MIPS32 architecture has passed Android Compatibility Test Suite (CTS).

He says "until now all of the devices in the market that are known to have 'passed' the CTS are based on the ARM architecture. We at MIPS are proud to be the first to publicly announce a non-ARM based device to pass the CTS." "ARM is no longer alone on top of the mobile mountain. We like it up here, and we are here to stay." He adds.

For the full article read
http://www.mips.com/blog/?p=102

The CTS is a collection of roughly 24,000 tests that can be performed on any Android device. The tests include categories such as telephony, graphics, camera, location, touchscreen, WiFi etc.


 
          
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