Just announced is MT6737M MT6737 MTK6737. This is MTK MediaTek’s latest update to the very popular MTK6735.

MTK6737M MTK6737 MTK6737T specs

ElementMTK6735 / MT6735MTK6737M MT6737M MT6737 MTK6737MT6737T / MTK6737T
CPU64-bit 4-core ARM [email protected]
(ARMv8-A)
64-bit 4-core [email protected]
(ARMv8-A)
64-bit 4-core [email protected]
(ARMv8-A)
GPU[email protected][email protected][email protected]
Process28nm28nm28nm
RAM tech32-bit single-channel 640 MHz LPDDR3 (6.4 GB/sec)32-bit single-channel 640 MHz LPDDR2/3 up to 3GB32-bit single-channel 733 MHz LPDDR2/3 up to 3GB
Radio techGSM, UMTS, GPRS, HSPA+, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA, EVDO, LTE Cat 4GSM, UMTS, GPRS, HSPA+, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA, EVDO, LTE Cat 4 VoLTEGSM, UMTS, GPRS, HSPA+, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA, EVDO, LTE Cat 4 VoLTE

As we see from the table, the MTK6737 specwise doesn’t look like a big update to MTK6735. However, according to touts from the recently announced HomTom HT17, MT6737 promises a 10-20% increase in performance, 25% more efficient battery use, and 52% improved battery efficiency during idle mode.

mt6737-mtk6737t-review-1

This is achieved with new software algorithms and an improved SoC design.

MTK6737T MT6737T

The bigboy on the table in the budget world will be MTK6737T. The MTK6737T in addition to the aforementioned improvements, also includes a 15% faster RAM BUS (733 v 640MHz) and 15% faster CPU cores (1.5 v 1.3GHz).

A fond farewell

The MT6735 was very popular in 2015 and beginning of 2016. It’s a very good budget SoC, and it looks like 2016 will see more goodness from its kin, MT6737M MT6737 and MT6737T, as 35 fades to the background.

New MediaTek SoC MT6737M MTK6737 vs MTK6737T update to MTK6735 http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/mt6737-mtk6737t-review-1-450x204.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/mt6737-mtk6737t-review-1-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons MT6737 MTK6737PreviewsRecent
Just announced is MT6737M MT6737 MTK6737. This is MTK MediaTek's latest update to the very popular MTK6735. MTK6737M MTK6737 MTK6737T specs As we see from the table, the MTK6737 specwise doesn't look like a big update to MTK6735. However, according to touts from the recently announced HomTom HT17, MT6737 promises a...
Just announced is MT6737M MT6737 MTK6737. This is MTK MediaTek's latest update to the very popular MTK6735.<span id="more-10275"></span> <h3>MTK6737M MTK6737 MTK6737T specs</h3> As we see from the table, the MTK6737 specwise doesn't look like a big update to MTK6735. However, according to touts from the <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/10261/60-touch-id-homtom-ht17-specs-preview-mt6737/">recently announced HomTom HT17</a>, MT6737 promises a 10-20% increase in performance, 25% more efficient battery use, and 52% improved battery efficiency during idle mode. <img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-10278" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/mt6737-mtk6737t-review-1.jpg" alt="mt6737-mtk6737t-review-1" width="650" height="294" /> This is achieved with new software algorithms and an improved SoC design. <h3>MTK6737T MT6737T</h3> The bigboy on the table in the budget world will be MTK6737T. The MTK6737T in addition to the aforementioned improvements, also includes a 15% faster RAM BUS (733 v 640MHz) and 15% faster CPU cores (1.5 v 1.3GHz). <h3>A fond farewell</h3> The MT6735 was very popular in 2015 and beginning of 2016. It's a very good budget SoC, and it looks like 2016 will see more goodness from its kin, MT6737M MT6737 and MT6737T, as 35 fades to the background.

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