Mediatek Introduces MT6738, MT6750 & MT6750T SoCs for Entry Level LTE Smartphones

Mediatek will soon launch three new mobile SoCs based on ARM Cortex A53 cores and Mali-T860 GPU, as well as support for LTE Cat.6 modem, with MT6738, MT6750 & MT6750T processors targeting entry-level Android smartphones.

Mediatek MT6738, MT6750 & MT6750T (Click to Enlarge)

All three processors are manufactured with 28nm process, support up to 4GB LPDDR3 RAM, decode H.264/H.265 up to 1080p30, encode H.264 up to 1080p, and support LTE FDD/TDD, DC-HDPA+, TS-SCDMA, EDGE, and CDMA2000.

The main differences are in the number of cores for the CPU and GPU, and maximum display & camera resolution:

  • MT6738 features four Cortex A53 cores @ 1.5 GHz with a Mali-T860MP1 GPU, and supports 1280×720 displays, and up to 13MP cameras.
  • MT6750 octa-core processor includes two clusters of four Cortex A53 cores @ 1.5 and 1.0 GHz combined with a Mali-T860MP2, and supports 1280×720 displays, and up to 16MP cameras
  • MT6750T has the same specs as MT6750, except it supports Full HD (1920×1080) displays

There’s no clear availability date, but mydrivers reports these SoCs will likely be found in phones selling for 300 to 600 CNY ($45 to $91) in China.

Via AndroidPC.es

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6 Replies to “Mediatek Introduces MT6738, MT6750 & MT6750T SoCs for Entry Level LTE Smartphones”

  1. i was expecting their new Entry Level to feature Cortex-A35 standalone or with cortex-A53 combination, making a <$25 multicore phone a reality. (the cheapest i can find is ~$30 for a single core android phone).
    maybe with their next entry level.
    i really want to test cortex A35 performance and efficiency, without paying premium on early dev board or eveluation kits. loved cortex A-7 when it came out, not Cortex-A53

  2. @haze
    there are a few MT linkit iot board. for ARM, they never release it to the public(i remember they releasing Android one dev board to manufacturer). none in the past yr AFAIK. Who knows it will change. they have the best android support in asia in my view and i could see them doing the same for linux.

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