MediaTek launched the world’s first A53 architecture of eight core processor MT6752 (MTK6752)

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MediaTek has always been a low price as a selling point of the chip manufacturer in everyone’s impression, but the manufacturers seem to go up “tall” route. Just yesterday, MediaTek has released its first two block 64 mobile processor — MT6752 (MTK6752). This product is a worldwide for the first time with a eight Cortex-A53 CPU core processor, is MediaTek before the release of the eight core processor “6592” upgrade edition.

It is understood, MediaTek MT6752 (MTK6752) processors will be officially on sale in the third quarter of 2014, when the season’s products are mainly used for commercial, mass production of the retail version will have to wait until the fourth quarter.
Graphical kernel: MT6752 (MTK6752) by ARM Mali-T760 (16 core), the integration of multi 4G LTE baseband, support 3GPP Rel.9 Cat.4 TD/FDD-LTE (downlink 150MBPs/ uplink 50Mbps), Rel.8 DC-HSPA+ (42Mbps/ downlink uplink 11Mbps), TD-SCDMA, EDGE, GSM.
Multimedia information: MT6752 (MTK6752) for low power 1080p/30fps video playback and recording of video coding, H.265/H.264, support ClearMotion, MiraVision technology.
Editor’s note: MT6752 (MTK6752) processors will be officially on sale in the third quarter of this year, the product is globally for the first time with a eight Cortex-A53 CPU core processor, is MediaTek before the release of the eight core processor “6592” upgrade edition.

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