MediaTek makes a step into the IoT world with its latest chip announcement. The MT2621 SoC is built to enable extended coverage, cross-market application with network transition function and phone calls. This means devices like smart trackers, wearables and IoT devices.
The dual-mode IoT SoC is capable of both NB-IoT R14 and GSM/GPRS connectivity. It can support one SIM card with antenna that covers both cellular networks.
The wideband front-end module supports all ultra-low/low/mid bands defined by the 3GPP Rel-14, meaning a single design can address worldwide markets for a lower cost and development time.
Specs-wise, the MT2621 has a single ARMv7 CPU running at 26 MHz and 160 KB + 4 MB embedded memory. It supports Linux-based apps and comes with LCM, camera and audio AMP interfaces. There is also Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity.
For low end IoT devices Only, knowing MT, their not going to make any good chipset, just cheap
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Actually Mediatek is from Taiwan