mt6752Recently we’ve been writing about the upcoming MT6595 with LTE. Today we’ll be taking a closer look at one of the future 64-bit SoCs from MediaTek – The MTK6752.

The MT6752 is the MT6732’s big brother, and as opposed to being marketed and implemented in lower-end devices as will be the case with MT6732, the MT6752 will be designed for high-end mobile devices. It will be carry an 8-core / octa-core CPU based on ARM Cortex-A53 and will support speeds up to 2GHz. The GPU will be ARM Mali-T760.

MT6752 will incorporate a multi-mode, multi-band LTE modem that supports 50M/150Mbit/s and will be compatible with TD-LTE/FDD-LTE mainstream 4G standards including DC-HSPA+, TD-SCDMA, EDGE and GSM / GPRS.

For those of you who have been following China brands for a bit, “MT6752” is a bit too close to the current “MT6572” in regards to name. We find it a bit strange they haven’t adapted some other model naming scheme for this 64-bit CPU marketed towards high-end devices. For us, it instantly brings about a cheapish image, as the MT6572 is what’s currently used in $50-75 Android handsets.

There’s usually no accounting for China marketing, and things are no different in this case. It’s a ways off before the MT6752 will be put out, and it wouldn’t be the first time they changed up model numbers prior to release, but as it stands now we’re left scratching our heads at current naming of MTK’s high-end 64-bit SoC.

Current China news reports the MTK6752 will be released in limited numbers for testing purposes by Q3 of this year.

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Recently we've been writing about the upcoming MT6595 with LTE. Today we'll be taking a closer look at one of the future 64-bit SoCs from MediaTek - The MTK6752. The MT6752 is the MT6732's big brother, and as opposed to being marketed and implemented in lower-end devices as will be...
<img class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-3221" alt="mt6752" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/mt6752-350x190.jpg" width="350" height="190" />Recently we've been writing about the <a title="Super Breaking! MT6595 To Have ARM Cortex-A17 CPU And PowerVR Series6 GPU!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/3126/super-breaking-mt6595-to-have-arm-cortex-a17-cpu-and-powervr-series6-gpu/">upcoming MT6595 with LTE</a>. Today we'll be taking a closer look at one of the future 64-bit SoCs from MediaTek - The MTK6752.<span id="more-3220"></span> <a title="64-Bit MT6732 vs 64-Bit MT6752 – What’s The Difference?" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/3226/64-bit-mt6732-vs-64-bit-mt6752-whats-the-difference/">The MT6752 is the MT6732's big brother</a>, and as opposed to being marketed and implemented in lower-end devices as will be the case with MT6732, the MT6752 will be designed for high-end mobile devices. It will be carry an 8-core / octa-core CPU based on ARM Cortex-A53 and will support speeds up to 2GHz. The GPU will be ARM Mali-T760. MT6752 will incorporate a multi-mode, multi-band LTE modem that supports 50M/150Mbit/s and will be compatible with TD-LTE/FDD-LTE mainstream 4G standards including DC-HSPA+, TD-SCDMA, EDGE and GSM / GPRS. For those of you who have been following China brands for a bit, "MT6752" is a bit too close to the current "MT6572" in regards to name. We find it a bit strange they haven't adapted some other model naming scheme for this 64-bit CPU marketed towards high-end devices. For us, it instantly brings about a cheapish image, as the MT6572 is what's currently used in $50-75 Android handsets. There's usually no accounting for China marketing, and things are no different in this case. It's a ways off before the MT6752 will be put out, and it wouldn't be the first time they changed up model numbers prior to release, but as it stands now we're left scratching our heads at current naming of MTK's high-end 64-bit SoC. Current China news reports the MTK6752 will be released in limited numbers for testing purposes by Q3 of this year.