The day arrived. July 15th at 14:00, MTK6595 aka MT6595 was finally officially announced and released by MediaTek.
We have written extensively about MT6595, and I will summarize some of those points here, but I do recommend you check out the full MT6595 review, as well as the GPU post...
The day arrived. July 15th at 14:00, MTK6595 aka MT6595 was finally officially announced and released by MediaTek.<span id="more-4851"></span>
We have written extensively about MT6595, and I will summarize some of those points here, but I do recommend you <a title="MT6595 MTK6595 Review Specifications – MHL, USB 3.0, eMMC 5.0" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/4344/mt6595-mtk6595-review-specifications-mhl-usb-3-0-emmc-5-0/">check out the full MT6595 review,</a> as well as <a title="MT6595 GPU Confirmed! Exclusive Flowchart Data From MediaTek" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/4749/mt6595-gpu-confirmed-exclusive-flowchart-data-from-mediatek/">the GPU post and comments that follow</a>. It's not all repeat in this post. You will find a few extra tidbits regarding audio and the huge Antutu score that needs to be seen to be believed.
<strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6595 Key Specs:</span></strong>
<li>LTE / 4g compatibility</li>
<li>PowerVR G6200 GPU</li>
<li><a title="What is big.LITTLE? MTK6595 To Use Cortex-A17 & Cortex-A7" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/3138/what-is-big-little-mtk6595-to-use-cortex-a17-cortex-a7/">8 Core Cortex-A7 & Cortex-A17 big.LITTLE</a></li>
<li>H.265 hardware support</li>
<li><span class="notranslate">120Hz display capable</span></li>
<li>24-bit 192kHz audio output</li>
<li>933MHz dual channel LPDDR3 support</li>
<li>GPS GLONASS support</li>
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4853" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/mt6595-antutu-1.jpg" alt="mt6595-antutu-1" width="644" height="348" />
The Antutu score hit an excellent 47,000+. We know that Antutu is not the end-all-be-all, and we do not know at what resolution this score was achieved, but it is still a very promising result.
<span class="notranslate"> In addition there was data presented at the release which showed Cortex-A17 performance 1.6 times better than A15, but with significantly better power usage than Cortex-A15.</span><span class="notranslate">
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