Berikut Unisoc Releases T750 5G Chipset with 6nm Technology
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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – Factory Unisoc chipsets from China, previously named Spreadstrum, has now officially launched the T750 5G chip, with 6nm technology.
This new Unisoc chipset brings high-speed 5G connectivity capabilities with a better level of stability for users.
The Unisoc T750 is based on the company’s second-generation 5G mobile platform and incorporates the latest technologies for performance smartphones.
Reported Telset from Gizmochina, the new processor is the company’s attempt to compete with MediaTek in the chip market low-end smartphones. One of its key features is full network support for multi-mode 2G to 5G as well as SA and NSA network modes.
This feature allows the device to connect to various types of networks ranging from the older 2G and 3G to the newer 5G networks.
In addition, the chip also supports dual carrier aggregation technology with 130MHz bandwidth, which allows it to connect to two 5G networks simultaneously. This allows users to use two 5G SIM cards at the same time.
Meanwhile, this 5G chipset also supports dual VoNR high-definition voice function, which enables the primary SIM card and secondary SIM card to support 5G high-quality voice calls simultaneously. That is, users can browse the internet while calling without interruption.
The Unisoc T750 chipset is built on 6nm EUV technology and has an 8-core CPU specification with 2 Arm Cortex-A76, which allows it to have high performance with low power consumption. The platform also supports LPDDR4X RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.
As a performance measure, the Unisoc T750 has a score close to 350,000 in the AnTuTU test to show how fast it performs.
For multimedia matters, the Unisoc T750 adopts a quad-core ISP architecture (2 masters and 2 slaves) and the sixth generation Vivimagic image processing engine from Unisoc, which supports camera specifications up to 64MP and video recording up to 2K resolution.
This allows the devices they power to capture better images and videos, even in low light conditions. In addition, the chipset supports screens with Full HD + resolution and the highest refresh rate at 90Hz. [FY/HBS]