Earlier this year, MediaTek has announced their first few 64-bit SoC solutions including the MT6795, MT6732, MT6735/M, and MT6752, all of which are LTE capable. Recently, a new SoC has been presented in their product roadmap, showing their upcoming releases for the rest of 2014 until 2015.

In comparison with MT6752

The MT6753, which is an octa core SoC using the Cortex-A53 architecture, is aimed towards the super-mid market for smartphones. Its clocking frequencies have been downscaled to 1.3GHz – 1.5GHz, as opposed to MT6752’s 1.7GHz – 2.0GHz.

MT6753 review GPU and camera support

The MT6753 will be capable of supporting 1080p display resolution, with 1080p video codec, and 16MP cameras. It will be utilizing the same GPU: ARM Mali-T760 series.

MT6753 review frequency support

The upgrade from the MT6752 is centered on the networking capabilities. While both are in the mainstream 4G-capable category, the new SoC will make use of the CDMA2000 1x architecture and EVDO standard. This is in addition to the GSM/ WCDMA/ TS-SCDMA/ FDD-LTE/ TDD-LTE capabilities.

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MediaTek is aiming most of their 64-bit chipsets toward mid range smartphones. The MT6753 is expected to be released in Q2 of 2015, sometime after the MT6735/MT6735M hits the market.

It is curious to see how the consumers would respond to this set of SoCs. Will these chipsets truly exude a big difference in user experience, so much so that the average consumer would find the need for devices equipped with 64-bit chips?

Unless the OS and apps that run within these SoCs are already optimized for 64-bit operation, the their higher computing capabilities may not be immediately obvious.

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Earlier this year, MediaTek has announced their first few 64-bit SoC solutions including the MT6795, MT6732, MT6735/M, and MT6752, all of which are LTE capable. Recently, a new SoC has been presented in their product roadmap, showing their upcoming releases for the rest of 2014 until 2015. In comparison with...
Earlier this year, MediaTek has announced their first few 64-bit SoC solutions including the <a title="MT6795 Review Specifications – MediaTek 64-bit SoC" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/4814/mt6795-review-specifications-mediatek-64-bit-soc/">MT6795</a>, <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/">MT6732</a>, <a title="MediaTek MT6735 Review – Full Mode 4G LTE Chipset" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/5123/mediatek-mt6735-review-full-mode-4g-lte-chipset/">MT6735/M</a>, and <a title="Official MT6752 64-bit SoC Specifications & MediaTek Marketing" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/4285/official-mt6752-64-bit-soc-specifications-mediatek-marketing/">MT6752</a>, all of which are LTE capable. Recently, a new SoC has been presented in their product roadmap, showing their upcoming releases for the rest of 2014 until 2015. <h5><span style="text-decoration: underline;">In comparison with MT6752</span></h5> The MT6753, which is an octa core SoC using the Cortex-A53 architecture, is aimed towards the super-mid market for smartphones. Its clocking frequencies have been downscaled to 1.3GHz – 1.5GHz, as opposed to MT6752’s 1.7GHz - 2.0GHz. <h5><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6753 review GPU and camera support</span></h5> The MT6753 will be capable of supporting 1080p display resolution, with 1080p video codec, and 16MP cameras. It will be utilizing the same GPU: ARM Mali-T760 series. <h5><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6753 review frequency support</span></h5> The upgrade from the MT6752 is centered on the networking capabilities. While both are in the mainstream 4G-capable category, the new SoC will make use of the CDMA2000 1x architecture and EVDO standard. This is in addition to the GSM/ WCDMA/ TS-SCDMA/ FDD-LTE/ TDD-LTE capabilities. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/MediaTek.jpg"><img class="size-full wp-image-5792 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/MediaTek.jpg" alt="MediaTek" width="649" height="467" /></a> MediaTek is aiming most of their 64-bit chipsets toward mid range smartphones. The MT6753 is expected to be released in Q2 of 2015, sometime after the MT6735/MT6735M hits the market. It is curious to see how the consumers would respond to this set of SoCs. Will these chipsets truly exude a big difference in user experience, so much so that the average consumer would find the need for devices equipped with 64-bit chips? Unless the OS and apps that run within these SoCs are already optimized for 64-bit operation, the their higher computing capabilities may not be immediately obvious.

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