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LTE smartphone SoC supports 2K display

17 Jul 2014

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MediaTek has introduced the MT6795, the 64bit True Octa-core LTE smartphone SoC offering what the company says is the world's first 2K display support. According to MediaTek the SoC is geared to empower high-end device makers to leap into the Android 64bit era.

The MT6795 is set to be the first 64bit, LTE, True Octa-core SoC targeting the premium segment, with speed of up to 2.2GHz, to hit the market. The device features MediaTek's CorePilot technology providing world-class multi-processor performance and thermal control, as well as dual-channel LPDDR3 clocked at 933MHz for top-end memory bandwidth in a smartphone, noted the company.

The high-performance SoC also satisfies the multimedia requirements of even the most demanding users, featuring multimedia subsystems that support many technologies never before possible or seen in a smartphone, including support for 120Hz displays and the capability to create and playback 480fps 1080p Full HD Super-Slow Motion videos.

With the launch of MT6795, MediaTek is accelerating the global transition to LTE and creating opportunities for device makers to gain first-mover advantage with top-of-the-line devices in the 64bit Android device market. Coupled with 4G LTE support, MT6795 completes MediaTek's 64bit LTE SoC product portfolio: MT6795 for power users, MT6752 for mainstream users and MT6732 for entry level users. This extensive portfolio allows everyone to embrace the improved speed from 4G LTE and parallel computing capability from CorePilot and 64bit processors.

MT6795-powered devices will be commercially available by the end of the year.




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