AllThingsD: Maxthon Partners With Android Chipmaker to Preload Mobile Browser in Emerging Markets

Maxthon Partners With Android Chipmaker to Preload Mobile Browser in Emerging Markets

By Eric Johnson

Maxthon announced today that, via a new partnership with RollTech, the mobile version of its alternative Web browser will be preloaded onto more than 100 million smartphones in 2014. RollTech is a subsidiary of MediaTek, the Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer that claims to be the third-largest global supplier of chipsets for Android devices. Maxthon hopes to build inroads with customers in emerging markets where Internet penetration is currently low but improving thanks to the increasing affordability of mobile devices.

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  1. Popo says:

    I have been running the Maxthon breoswr Version 1.5.8 (Build 116) Unicode and also IE 7 (starting with Beta 1 to the now released version and have had absolutely no problems with either one of them. My computer is an HP dv8000 with an AMD Turion 64 cpu and running XP Windows Media Edition with full updates. I have visited hundreds of web sites and almost all (at least 99%) have seemed to render correctly. Both of these breoswrs get a complete thumbs up from me.

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