MediaTek announces MT6589 smartphone processor

MediaTek-MT6589

The smartphone chipmaker MediaTek has officially announced the MT6589 smartphone processor. The CPU is built on four ARM Cortex-A7 processors and is a fully integrated SoC (system-on-a-chip).

The MediaTek MT6589 chip is built on 28 nm technology with all cores running at 1.2 GHz. The chip also packs a built-in graphics system – PowerVR SGX544. The SoC can work with two SIM cards too and supports Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Wi-Fi and even stereoscopic displays.

Other features of the chip include playback of Full HD video and processing of pictures taken by a camera with a total resolution of up to 13 MP.

The MediaTek MT6589 will debut in smartphones sometime next year and will likely be used in budget-oriented devices as well as in some Sony smartphones.


Source: Overclockers.ru

Related posts

Huawei is back with two new smartphones

The folks at Huawei have come up with two new smartphones – the Ascend P1 TD-SCDMA and Ascend P1 2600 mAh. The novelties are modified versions of the internationally released P1 smartphone – the P1 TD-SCDMA now supports 3G connectivity, while the second comes with a more powerful battery with...

Seagate unites Barracuda brand, launches new HDDs

Seagate Technology today announced the streamlining of its Barracuda brand. Instead of having different Barracuda hard drives – Barracuda Green, Barracuda XT and plain Barracuda – the company will have from now on only one line – Seagate Barracuda. The optimization of the product lines will...

Intel releases new Haswell chip

Intel releases new Haswell chip

The popular processor maker Intel has released a new Haswell processor with lowered power consumption. The new chip is known as Core i5-4460T and comes with four cores that make use of the latest 22 nm technology. As expected this new Core i5 chip does not support Hyper-Threading. Being a...

Leave a comment