The Unisoc T750 5G platform powered by a 6nm EUV process was launched on ZTE’s official website. It features an octa-core CPU architecture, including two Arm Cortex-A76 with a maximum 2.0 GHz main frequency.
Additionally, the device utilizes a Mali G57 dual-core GPU architecture, along with UFS 3.1 and LPDDR4X technologies, which enable faster read and write speeds.
T7520 is built upon some of the world’s leading technologies, giving it comprehensively enhanced performance at a new low of power consumption.”
The detailed parameters of UNISOC T750:
Highest CPU frequency
Number of Cores
Arm Mali G57 MC2 @680MHz
UFS 3.1 + eMMC 5.1
Up to 64M
Normal 32M@25fps, 20M+20M@30fps
NR R15, LTE DL Cat15/UL Cat18
The T750’s display features an FHD+ screen resolution, along with a 90Hz high refresh rate and HDR10+ high-definition display support.
Additionally, the video display capabilities include DCI contrast enhancement, as well as built-in eye protection for the screen in blue light, sunlight, and night light environments.
We expect to see this SOC in future budget-range smartphones and other affordable 5G Devices. Let us know your thoughts on the same in the comments below!
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