MediaTek MT6572: New dual-core processor is cheap smartphones give more power

May

6

2013

MediaTek MT6572: New dual-core processor is cheap smartphones give more power

The Chinese chip maker MediaTek MT6572 leads with a new dual-core ARM processor for smartphones, the “sub-100-dollar class” one. The chip will provide in the future, especially in the lower price segment that cheap smartphones run better, which is for the mass market is one of the key success factors.
MediaTek MT6572: New dual-core processor is cheap smartphones give more power

The MediaTek MT6572 is certainly more often we encounter in the near future. The chip is based on the ARM Cortex-A7 architecture and its two cores each running at 1.2 GHz. Also on board are, among other things support for HSPA +, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and the Chinese TD-SCDMA standard for mobile broadband. The new processor is likely to be one of the best dual-core smartphones, which have so far come to market. Thus equipped smartphones will support a maximum of qHD resolution of 960 × 540 pixels, camera resolutions up to 5 megapixels and 720p video recording.

The first smartphone equipped with the MediaTek MT6572 shall meet according to the chip manufacturer in June 2013. Probably, it is then quite quickly be hundreds of such models, as the new dual-core MediaTek likely to quickly become the new first choice for manufacturers particularly favorable smartphones. His performance we will hopefully be able to take a close look at the latest Computex in early June. What is the cost of the chip, MediaTek does not say, but one thing is certain: not much.

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