MediaTek Announces MT6595, World’s First 4G LTE Octa-Core Smartphone SOC with ARM Cortex-A17 and Ultra HD H.265 Codec Support
MediaTek Inc. is a leading fabless semiconductor company for wireless communications and digital multimedia solutions.
MediaTek has recently announced the MT6595 SoC, World’s First 4G LTE Octa-Core Smartphone SOC with ARM Cortex-A17 and Ultra HD H.265 Codec Support.
With the MediaTek’s CorePilot™ technology and ARM’s big.LITTLE™ architecture the latest Mediatek MT6595 delivers a Heterogeneous Multi-Processing (HMP) platform that unlocks the full power of all eight cores.
Mediatek claims that they have an advanced scheduler algorithm with adaptive thermal and interactive power management that delivers superior multi-tasking performance and excellent sustained performance-per-watt for a premium mobile experience.
Performance and networking:
On chip multimedia solutions:
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Below are the hardware specifications you can expect from a device when it claims that it has a Mediatek MT6595 SoC chipset:
– Octa-core processing
– 20MP camera support
– WQXVGA resolution displays
– High quality audio specs
– 4G LTE multi-mode modem
– Great multimedia support
– Wireless charging
So it is clear that with this Mediateck SoC manufacturers will come with high-end devices only and world class features in all dimensions.
The MT6595 platform will be commercially available by the first half of 2014, with devices expected in the second half of the year.
Stay tuned to get the latest information.
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