MediaTek Inc. has already announced 64 bit eight-core processor that support for LTE soution, through MediaTek MT6752.
The new MediaTek MT6752 using the eight-core 2.0GHz ARM Cortex-A53 processor (CPU) and the latest Mali-T760 graphics processor (GPU), with excellent performance and high-end multimedia specifications to meet the global demand for cost-effective mainstream market.
MT6752 excellent performance and specifications include:
Excellent multimedia performance
· Hardware solution to advanced high-resolution codec H.265, supports full HD 1080p 30fps/30fps low power H.264 Full HD video playback and video recording
· Integrated 16 million pixel image signal processor
Support MediaTek ClearMotion? Intelligent video frequency technology, you can put 15/24/30fps automatic multiplier to 60fps video playback, smooth and delicate rendering mobile viewing experience without ghosting
Support MediaTek MiraVision? Technology, digital TV picture quality level
Integrated multi-mode multi-band LTE modem
· LTE modem supporting LTE Release 9 Category 4 versions available on the downside were up to 50Mbit / s and 150Mbit / s data transfer rate.
Multi-mode design is stable and compatible with FDD-LTE TD-LTE, also supports DC-HSPA + (42Mbits / s), voice and data communications TD-SCDMA, EDGE and GSM / GPRS for.
General Manager of MediaTek Wireless Division Zhu Shangzu said: “MediaTek is committed to providing cost-effective solutions to accelerate the development of the mainstream market we launched the world’s first true eight-core solutions in November 2013, continuing our lead today. re-launched the 64 eight-core LTE single-chip solution MT6752. MediaTek hope that with these cost-effective products that enable technology to benefit everyone, the world has become more inclusive. ”
Compatible with the previously MT6732 pin, can significantly shorten the product development cycle. MediaTek MT6752 solution will be the beginning of the third quarter 2014, in the fourth quarter to achieve a complete reference design and production.
Can also integrated into the camera?
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