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LG D605 phone with new Broadcom BCM43341 quad-combo (+ nfc) chip

LG Optimus L9 II is the very first with Broadcom’s new quad-combo chip? A Visa PDF lists the LG D605 smartphone with the new Broadcom quad-combo chip. Hard to say if this LG phone is the very first with this chip, let’s say, one of the first. A large majority of phones with Bluetooth and …

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Samsung Galaxy S4

nfc enabled Samsung Galaxy S4 with visa payment app

Galaxy S4, first with a new Broadcom nfc controller chip? Samsung’s “traditional” plastic body design and very nice hardware specifications. As every new high-end device, it’s a bit bigger and faster. The Samsung GS4 is especially more. More features, more apps, more options. Enough to sell tens of millions of it? Well, Samsung is a …

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First combo chip with nfc from Broadcom

broadcom combo with nfc controller chip

Broadcom Launches First combo Chip with NFC Two new chips with nfc controller Broadcom launches the first certified quad-combo wireless connectivity chip, industry’s first quad-combo chip with NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and FM radio technologies. For high-end/highly-mobile devices a single card solution is launched. It combines Broadcom’s 5G WiFi combo chip with its standalone NFC. With …

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Google Nexus 4 with Broadcom inside

Google Nexus 4 handset with broadcom nfc controller chip

Google Nexus 4, first mobile phone with Broadcom nfc controller chip With Broadcom inside? Yes, this seems to be the first nfc enabled android phone with a Broadcom nfc controller chip. To date, all android phones had an nfc chip from NXP. After NXP and Inside Secure, Broadcom is the third supplier of NFC controller …

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new Broadcom NFC chip, the consequences

broadcom nfc controller chips in google nexus 4 mobile phones

First android phone with Broadcom NFC chip The Google Nexus 4 with Android 4.2 JB O.S., has a Broadcom nfc chip inside. Google has chosen to use Broadcom’s BCM20793 nfc controller chip in the Nexus 4 made by LG. To date, practically all nfc enabled android phones used NXP’s nfc chips. All BlackBerrys and the …

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