Mediatek’s 64bit chips: Everything you need to know about the MT6795, MT6752 and MT6732


Mediatek have brought 64bit processing down to a point that everyone can enjoy the benefits, but just what are the differences between the MT6795, MT6752 and MT6732? Keep reading to find out.

Everyone is talking about 64bit processors and why not, all the new Chinese smartphones are boasting these new chipsets from Mediatek, but before I get in to the differences I would like to bring up another point.

64 bit is only a part of the picture

Mediatek’s new 64bit processors (MT6795, MT6752 and MT6732) aren’t only exciting because they are 64bit, but for the additional features Mediatek have crammed in to them. In fact if the only difference was 64bit we wouldn’t really be all that excited (well not until Android 5.0 Lollipop rolls out on every phone).

These latest 64bit processors also offer support for higher resolutions cameras, bring dual SIM 4G LTE to the playing field, and are also getting up to 2K screen support on the high-end chips. 64bit will also help to improve speach recognitiom and memory useage in the future too! Then there are Mediatek’s own technologies for smoother video and optimised power consumption and we have alot to look foward too!

So now we know a little bit more about the benefits what about the differences between them?

Mediatek MT6732

mt6732 antutu

The Mediatek MT6732 is the entry-level 64bit processor in the Mediatek line up. It differs from its brothers in being a quad-core rather than 8-core (or Octa-core) processor, and also has the lowest clock speed of all the chips.

Phones with MT6732 quad-core chips are already available in Chinese phone on sale internationally, and from our own findings the performance is much better than even the octacore MT6592 chip from last year!

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Mediatek MT6752

meizu-m1-note-sim-tray
The Meizu m1 note runs a 64bit MT6752 processor

 

The Mediatek MT6752 processor is a mid-range processor that we have already started to see appear in some very competitive looking smartphones. The Meizu m1 note, Zopo ZP920, JiaYu S3, and Elephone P7000 all boast this mid-range power house.

The MT6752 has 8 x A53 cores running at between 1.7 – 2.0Ghz and will run screens of up to 1080p.

Medaitek MT6795

mediatek mt6795

The Mediatek MT6795 is the chip that we are all really expecting to see. It has been rumoured that Mediatek will be weilding a Snapdragon 810 killer once the MT6795 makes its way in to phones.

The MT6795 is a flagship processor for high-end phone applications and as such gets a mix of 4 x Cortex A53 and 4 x Cortex A57 cores, and is capable of handling higher resolution displays and cameras.

Mediatek have also added some advanced core features to the MT6795 including Mediatek CorePilot (for power consumption), Medatek ClearMotion (for smooth video) and Mediatek MiraVison (DTV-grade picture quality). Some of these same technologies can be found in the MT6595 in the Meizu MX4.

The following table will show you the differences between each 64bit processor:

MT6732 vs MT6752 vs MT7595

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I hope this clears up the differences between each 64bit Mediatek chip that we know about so far, if you have anything to add please feel free to do so in the comments below.

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86 Comments

  1. January 12, 2015

    MT6795 <3

  2. Aeonia
    January 12, 2015

    That gpu (IMG G6200) can barely push 1080p smoothly on high end games leave alone 2560 x 1600..Yet again MediaTek is left behind in the gpu scene.

    • RRRobert
      January 12, 2015

      What gave you reasons to jump to such conclusions?

    • Chris
      January 12, 2015

      sorry, but there is more than playing stupid games with a smartphone Oo

      • Airyl
        January 13, 2015

        GPU performance is still an important part of any phone. Using that as an excuse is just being lazy.

        • Chris
          January 13, 2015

          Yes, we need to be able to play Flappy Bird 3, RealRacing 6 and Tower Defense 5 in 4k 120fps.

          • Airyl
            January 13, 2015

            Unlike you, I actually do enjoy playing games on my phone from time to time. Games like Terraria, A Bard’s Tale, The Wolf Among Us and the GTA games do actually benefit from the extra GPU power, and emulating systems like the Dreamcast is also easier. But of course, I’m stupid because I play games. I’m not like the amazingly mature and smart you, right?

            • Chris
              January 13, 2015

              No you’re not wrong. I’m a gamer as well, and I care about GPU performance. The problem with smartphones is that just about any and all advance in GPU power is wasted on increasing screen resolution. The result of this is that we have to settle with something that looks like an XBOX1 game running at 2K resulution, while we could be having something looking like an Xbox360 game were it running at 720P. Unfortunately nobody thought about adding a resolution select in these games so it’s not about to improve anytime soon.

            • Filipp
              January 14, 2015

              Wasting power is not the problem
              the problem is that while Apple puts powerful GPUs in their products, we have a shit like G6200 as a top GPU in 2015
              All the chinese manufacturers are able to use something like G6650 in their SoC and this would have destroyed Adreno totally, but who cares? For them, such GPUs are enough

      • flashmozzg
        January 13, 2015

        The problem is – SoC is terribly unbalanced. It has 8 cores but a weak GPU. Where would you use this power on smartphone if not in games? And you can’t because gpu is weak.

    • Yeti hand
      January 12, 2015

      who the fuck need 2560X1600 on a fucking smartphone?? Do you realize how silly you sound?!
      Damn

      • Aeonia
        January 12, 2015

        I didn’t say smartphone…lol

        • balcobomber25
          January 13, 2015

          These are smartphone processors……

      • Filipp
        January 14, 2015

        I have tried Google Cardboard on 1080 and it is awful. All is pixelated like in 1990s
        Minimum resolution for VR devices should be 2k, while optimal should be 4k

      • Spartanwp
        February 15, 2015

        You are the fucking idiot! You need at least 2k resolution on a smartphone for VR to look acceptable, 4K would be better. Do you live under a rock?

        • Yeti hand
          February 16, 2015

          who’s this bum who’s talking to me? Get the heck off my sight!!

    • balcobomber25
      January 13, 2015

      I have a PS3 and PS4 to play games I don’t care very much about the GPU. Most smartphone games are horrible to begin with.

      • Yeti hand
        January 14, 2015

        you deserve a medal!

        • Cole Hyntermeister
          February 19, 2015

          Agreed. 3d gaming is the only downside to MT7695. Everything else looks prime.

  3. Rob
    January 12, 2015

    As usual the gpu on these chips is weak. If MT can sort this out with maybe adding more cores (they seem to manage that ok on the CPU side) they really will have a killer chip on their hands and a great one for us consumers. The question is when will we see the MT6795?

    • Mezz
      January 12, 2015

      For sure the gpu on mt6795 will be update. .

  4. rene
    January 12, 2015

    still way of a nvida tegra x1

  5. rish
    January 12, 2015

    please post linpack scores of mt6732 , both single and multi

    thanks

  6. realjjj
    January 12, 2015

    First, the MT6795 is 8X A53 , no A57 cores.Qualcomm, Nvidia and Sansung can’t go above 2GHz with A57 on 29nm, would be hilarious if MT would claim to do it on 28nm.
    The MT6795 it’s higher clocked A53 octa with dual channel RAM supporting slighter higher speeds,end result being a lot more memory bandwidth. On the CPU side it might actually match current Snapdragons and if SD810 is a dud, it could be close to it too. On the GPU side ,they don’t have much but the truth is that nobody properly benchmarks Android gaming. Nobody needs synthetic benchmarks, what is needed is performance in actual games so, just like in PC, users can aim for above 30FPS or aim at 60FPS. We might actually see 120Hz screens with this SoC and in theory a user could aim for above 60FPS with such a device but for now all smatphone screens can’t go above 60FPS. Users aim for the best GPU only because we don’t have benchmarks that show us what we actually need but an overdimensioned GPU is a waste of silicon.
    Second, pretty sure there is a MT6752M at 1.5GHz.
    And third, there is a MT6735, that’s very similar to MT6732 but adds CDMA2000 and the GPU is at 600MHz.
    Edit: there is also a MT6753

    • rish
      January 12, 2015

      it can’t be 8 x 53 .. otherwise it will end up being even slower than Mt6595

      they might use 4x 57 at 1.7ghz + 4x 53 at 2.2ghz..
      also remember mt6795 is marketed for power users and is their premium product , whereas 6752 for mid range .. if they use 8x 53 there won’t be much difference left between 6752 and 6795 even you add dual channel memory support and all those extra goodies like 2k screen etc..

      naming scheme is also in line with what i am saying.. similar to mt6595

      Cortex A17 succeeded by Cortex A57
      Cortex A7 succeeded by Cortex A53

      also keep in mind mediatek hasn’t officially stated what configuration they’ll use for Mt6795 .. wikipedia entry is wrong

      • realjjj
        January 12, 2015
        • rish
          January 12, 2015

          why don’t you do some research… show me your proof where mediatek has said it is cortex a53

          • realjjj
            January 13, 2015

            lol they would need magic to make A57 happen, get a clue.
            http://www.linleygroup.com/newsletters/newsletter_detail.php?num=5200

            • rish
              January 13, 2015

              lol that is 6 months old article by an analyst forecasting firm … probably this is the original source of this false rumour that it has 8x cortex a53

              why does A57 seems magic to you ? haven’t you looked at Mt6595 chip ? it has cortex A17 and beats Snapdragon 805 in cpu .. cortex A17 was the high end 32 bit core… A57 is the high end 64 bit core

              it would be magic if mediatek uses 8x cortex A53 in mt6795 because if they do it will be the most laughable thing in tech world where a predecessor will end up beating the successor.. and 6795 is successor to 6595

            • realjjj
              January 13, 2015

              You can’t quote a single reasonable source for your insane claims,because there is none, at all, it’s only in your imagination.
              http://www.cnbeta.com/articles/310083.htm
              http://image.slidesharecdn.com/mtkfourmisconceptionssep172014-141029233408-conversion-gate02/95/mtk-four-misconceptions-sep-17-2014-5-638.jpg?cb=1414644010

            • rish
              January 13, 2015

              are you a teenager ? acting all cocky here ?

              i am not making any claim at all .. its you who are spouting it has cortex 8x A53 as a fact and when i am asking you for source .. you can’t back it up .. again check that pic bottom – it says Research Estimates.. this data is coming from analysts who know shit about technology .. they can only predict Markets

              show me where mediatek has said it officially…??? or else get lost with your insane claims …

              do you even know anything about tech ? successor chips are supposed to be faster than predecessor not slower .. this is a basic rule of tech industry .. do you expect final snapdragon 810 chip to be weaker than Snapdragon 805 ?
              yes – then you should study more …
              No – that’s what i am saying if you actually understand and reread my posts

              last time ..
              in order to beat Mt6595 , mediatek only has 1 option that is to roll out chip with 4x corex A57 + 4 x cortex A53..

              8x cortex a53 will be weaker than 4 x cortex a17 + 4 x cortex a7

              you are betting against the whole tech industry norm..

              this is not a claim , this is the 1 and only logical conclusion

              get it ?

        • rish
          January 12, 2015

          hahaha i am a regular visitor of fonaerena ,.. and they just copy paste from other sites ..

          regarding wikipedia you won’t listen when i am saying its wrong, already have had many discussions about it on other sites as well…. ok fine do this open that wikipedia page and check for source of that info

          it will link you to this page

          http://www.mediatek.com/en/news-events/mediatek-news/mediatek-launches-64-bit-true-octa-core-lte-smartphone-soc-with-worlds-first-2k-display-support/

          and this is their product page

          http://www.mediatek.com/en/products/mobile-communications/smartphone1/mt6795/

          show me the source from mediatek where it is stated that it is using 8 x cortex A53 ???? some mindless person edited wikipedia article long ago..

          don’t believe that.. when Mt6732 and 52 were announced in feb, wikipedia and other tech sites were mentioning it has 16 core Mali T760.. and after mediatek rolled out actual product they changed it later… and we know it is 2 core Mali T760 now ..

    • rene
      January 12, 2015

      nvida tegra x1 works on 20nm not stone age 28nm even old intel are manufactured on 22nm

    • Guaire
      January 14, 2015

      I’m more inclined MT6795 is an octacore Cortex-A53 because that way it would cheap, but your claims seems to me too bold. It’s single thread performance slightly inferior to MT6595 and multi thread performance superior at least on the benchmarks which able to utilize 8 core. Also it has slightly overclocked GPU.

      Chinese vendors doesn’t widespreadly adopted MT6595, I suppose cause it’s not that cheap.

      As well I know Exynos 5433 already manufactured 20nm not 28nm and Snapdragon 810 will be same too. And I’m pretty much sure they can clocked it further more than 1.9-2GHz level. They just want to make more money.

      I’m pretty much sure they will release 2.2-2.3GHz variants half a year later, than 2.5-2.7GHz variants a whole year later maybe still at same nodes.

      Also as well I understand if Mediatek choose 28nm FD-SOI process, they will got same performance as 20nm CMOS currently using at Exynos 5433 and Snapdragon 810 by Samsung and TSMC.

    • Plumplum
      January 18, 2015

      Only rumors about mt6795!
      There is no official informations about 8A53, 28nm ans powervr 6200…official informations talk about 2.2ghz ans somme other things
      I think mt6795 is 4A57+4A53 in 20nm for the following reasons :
      – overclocked 8A53 must be nammed mt6752T
      – cortex A53 is weaker than A17…I can’t imagine that mt6795 run some processus slower tant mt6595
      – 2.2ghz 64bits in 28nm is hard to reach

      I think GPU is not powervr 6200 700mhz for the following reasons :
      – to close to both mt6752’s mali t760mp2 and mt6595
      GPU would’nt kill s810 because of 933mhz ddr3 (if s810 can repair his overheating problems). It would run like adreno 330

      Why mediatek can reach better clockspeed…answer : corepilot! See cpu-z screencapture about s615 and mt6752…you will see 8cores run for nothing on s615, notre on mt6752

      You should see youtube video about HTC 820 with Qualcomm and mediatek (a vietnamese Guy do it)

      Now, Qualcomm make lowcost soc compare to mediatek…even using SiON instead HKMG on s410 and s615

  7. eliHd
    January 12, 2015

    The only game I play on my smart phone at the moment is pokemon. I like modern combat games but the control its shite on touch screen. I’ll stick with call of duty on my PlayStation with my big ass tv

  8. Wilson Appiah
    January 12, 2015

    MT6795 <3

  9. Boni M.
    January 12, 2015

    That gpu (IMG G6200) can barely push 1080p smoothly on high end games leave alone 2560 x 1600..Yet again MediaTek is left behind in the gpu scene.

    • Guest
      January 12, 2015

      What gave you reasons to jump to such conclusions?

    • Guest
      January 12, 2015

      sorry, but there is more than playing stupid games with a smartphone Oo

    • Yeti hand
      January 13, 2015

      who the fuck need 2560X1600 on a fucking smartphone?? Do you realize how silly you sound?!
      Damn

    • Boni M.
      January 13, 2015

      I didn’t say smartphone…lol

    • balcobomber25
      January 13, 2015

      These are smartphone processors……

    • balcobomber25
      January 13, 2015

      I have a PS3 and PS4 to play games I don’t care very much about the GPU. Most smartphone games are horrible to begin with.

    • Airyl
      January 13, 2015

      GPU performance is still an important part of any phone. Using that as an excuse is just being lazy.

    • Tjabbe
      January 13, 2015

      Yes, we need to be able to play Flappy Bird 3, RealRacing 6 and Tower Defense 5 in 4k 120fps.

    • Airyl
      January 13, 2015

      Unlike you, I actually do enjoy playing games on my phone from time to time. Games like Terraria, A Bard’s Tale, The Wolf Among Us and the GTA games do actually benefit from the extra GPU power, and emulating systems like the Dreamcast is also easier. But of course, I’m stupid because I play games. I’m not like the amazingly mature and smart you, right?

    • Tjabbe
      January 13, 2015

      No you’re not wrong. I’m a gamer as well, and I care about GPU performance. The problem with smartphones is that just about any and all advance in GPU power is wasted on increasing screen resolution. The result of this is that we have to settle with something that looks like an XBOX1 game running at 2K resulution, while we could be having something looking like an Xbox360 game were it running at 720P. Unfortunately nobody thought about adding a resolution select in these games so it’s not about to improve anytime soon.

    • flashmozzg
      January 13, 2015

      The problem is – SoC is terribly unbalanced. It has 8 cores but a weak GPU. Where would you use this power on smartphone if not in games? And you can’t because gpu is weak.

    • Yeti hand
      January 14, 2015

      you deserve a medal!

    • Filipp
      January 14, 2015

      I have tried Google Cardboard on 1080 and it is awful. All is pixelated like in 1990s
      Minimum resolution for VR devices should be 2k, while optimal should be 4k

    • Filipp
      January 14, 2015

      Wasting power is not the problem
      the problem is that while Apple puts powerful GPUs in their products, we have a shit like G6200 as a top GPU in 2015
      All the chinese manufacturers are able to use something like G6650 in their SoC and this would have destroyed Adreno totally, but who cares? For them, such GPUs are enough

    • Guest
      February 15, 2015

      You are the fucking idiot! You need at least 2k resolution on a smartphone for VR to look acceptable, 4K would be better. Do you live under a rock?

    • Yeti hand
      February 16, 2015

      who’s this bum who’s talking to me? Get the heck off my sight!!

    • Cole Hyntermeister
      February 19, 2015

      Agreed. 3d gaming is the only downside to MT7695. Everything else looks prime.

  10. Rob
    January 12, 2015

    As usual the gpu on these chips is weak. If MT can sort this out with maybe adding more cores (they seem to manage that ok on the CPU side) they really will have a killer chip on their hands and a great one for us consumers. The question is when will we see the MT6795?

    • Guest
      January 13, 2015

      For sure the gpu on mt6795 will be update. .

  11. Guest
    January 12, 2015

    still way of a nvida tegra x1

  12. rish
    January 12, 2015

    please post linpack scores of mt6732 , both single and multi

    thanks

  13. realjjj
    January 13, 2015

    First, the MT6795 is 8X A53 , no A57 cores.Qualcomm, Nvidia and Sansung can’t go above 2GHz with A57 on 29nm, would be hilarious if MT would claim to do it on 28nm.
    The MT6795 it’s higher clocked A53 octa with dual channel RAM supporting slighter higher speeds,end result being a lot more memory bandwidth. On the CPU side it might actually match current Snapdragons and if SD810 is a dud, it could be close to it too. On the GPU side ,they don’t have much but the truth is that nobody properly benchmarks Android gaming. Nobody needs synthetic benchmarks, what is needed is performance in actual games so, just like in PC, users can aim for above 30FPS or aim at 60FPS. We might actually see 120Hz screens with this SoC and in theory a user could aim for above 60FPS with such a device but for now all smatphone screens can’t go above 60FPS. Users aim for the best GPU only because we don’t have benchmarks that show us what we actually need but an overdimensioned GPU is a waste of silicon.
    Second, pretty sure there is a MT6752M at 1.5GHz.
    And third, there is a MT6735, that’s very similar to MT6732 but adds CDMA2000 and the GPU is at 600MHz.
    Edit: there is also a MT6753

    • rish
      January 13, 2015

      it can’t be 8 x 53 .. otherwise it will end up being even slower than Mt6595

      they might use 4x 57 at 1.7ghz + 4x 53 at 2.2ghz..
      also remember mt6795 is marketed for power users and is their premium product , whereas 6752 for mid range .. if they use 8x 53 there won’t be much difference left between 6752 and 6795 even you add dual channel memory support and all those extra goodies like 2k screen etc..

      naming scheme is also in line with what i am saying.. similar to mt6595

      Cortex A17 succeeded by Cortex A57
      Cortex A7 succeeded by Cortex A53

      also keep in mind mediatek hasn’t officially stated what configuration they’ll use for Mt6795 .. wikipedia entry is wrong

    • realjjj
      January 13, 2015
    • rish
      January 13, 2015

      why don’t you do some research… show me your proof where mediatek has said it is cortex a53

    • Guest
      January 13, 2015

      nvida tegra x1 works on 20nm not stone age 28nm even old intel are manufactured on 22nm

    • rish
      January 13, 2015

      hahaha i am a regular visitor of fonaerena ,.. and they just copy paste from other sites ..

      regarding wikipedia you won’t listen when i am saying its wrong, already have had many discussions about it on other sites as well…. ok fine do this open that wikipedia page and check for source of that info

      it will link you to this page

      http://www.mediatek.com/en/news-events/mediatek-news/mediatek-launches-64-bit-true-octa-core-lte-smartphone-soc-with-worlds-first-2k-display-support/

      and this is their product page

      http://www.mediatek.com/en/products/mobile-communications/smartphone1/mt6795/

      show me the source from mediatek where it is stated that it is using 8 x cortex A53 ???? some mindless person edited wikipedia article long ago..

      don’t believe that.. when Mt6732 and 52 were announced in feb, wikipedia and other tech sites were mentioning it has 16 core Mali T760.. and after mediatek rolled out actual product they changed it later… and we know it is 2 core Mali T760 now ..

    • realjjj
      January 13, 2015

      lol they would need magic to make A57 happen, get a clue.
      http://www.linleygroup.com/newsletters/newsletter_detail.php?num=5200

    • rish
      January 13, 2015

      lol that is 6 months old article by an analyst forecasting firm … probably this is the original source of this false rumour that it has 8x cortex a53

      why does A57 seems magic to you ? haven’t you looked at Mt6595 chip ? it has cortex A17 and beats Snapdragon 805 in cpu .. cortex A17 was the high end 32 bit core… A57 is the high end 64 bit core

      it would be magic if mediatek uses 8x cortex A53 in mt6795 because if they do it will be the most laughable thing in tech world where a predecessor will end up beating the successor.. and 6795 is successor to 6595

    • realjjj
      January 13, 2015

      You can’t quote a single reasonable source for your insane claims,because there is none, at all, it’s only in your imagination.
      http://www.cnbeta.com/articles/310083.htm

    • rish
      January 13, 2015

      are you a teenager ? acting all cocky here ?

      i am not making any claim at all .. its you who are spouting it has cortex 8x A53 as a fact and when i am asking you for source .. you can’t back it up .. again check that pic bottom – it says Research Estimates.. this data is coming from analysts who know shit about technology .. they can only predict Markets

      show me where mediatek has said it officially…??? or else get lost with your insane claims …

      do you even know anything about tech ? successor chips are supposed to be faster than predecessor not slower .. this is a basic rule of tech industry .. do you expect final snapdragon 810 chip to be weaker than Snapdragon 805 ?
      yes – then you should study more …
      No – that’s what i am saying if you actually understand and reread my posts

      last time ..
      in order to beat Mt6595 , mediatek only has 1 option that is to roll out chip with 4x corex A57 + 4 x cortex A53..

      8x cortex a53 will be weaker than 4 x cortex a17 + 4 x cortex a7

      you are betting against the whole tech industry norm..

      this is not a claim , this is the 1 and only logical conclusion

      get it ?

    • Guaire
      January 14, 2015

      I’m more inclined MT6795 is an octacore Cortex-A53 because that way it would cheap, but your claims seems to me too bold. It’s single thread performance slightly inferior to MT6595 and multi thread performance superior at least on the benchmarks which able to utilize 8 core. Also it has slightly overclocked GPU.

      Chinese vendors doesn’t widespreadly adopted MT6595, I suppose cause it’s not that cheap.

      As well I know Exynos 5433 already manufactured 20nm not 28nm and Snapdragon 810 will be same too. And I’m pretty much sure they can clocked it further more than 1.9-2GHz level. They just want to make more money.

      I’m pretty much sure they will release 2.2-2.3GHz variants half a year later, than 2.5-2.7GHz variants a whole year later maybe still at same nodes.

      Also as well I understand if Mediatek choose 28nm FD-SOI process, they will got same performance as 20nm CMOS currently using at Exynos 5433 and Snapdragon 810 by Samsung and TSMC.

    • Plumplum
      January 18, 2015

      Only rumors about mt6795!
      There is no official informations about 8A53, 28nm ans powervr 6200…official informations talk about 2.2ghz ans somme other things
      I think mt6795 is 4A57+4A53 in 20nm for the following reasons :
      – overclocked 8A53 must be nammed mt6752T
      – cortex A53 is weaker than A17…I can’t imagine that mt6795 run some processus slower tant mt6595
      – 2.2ghz 64bits in 28nm is hard to reach

      I think GPU is not powervr 6200 700mhz for the following reasons :
      – to close to both mt6752’s mali t760mp2 and mt6595
      GPU would’nt kill s810 because of 933mhz ddr3 (if s810 can repair his overheating problems). It would run like adreno 330

      Why mediatek can reach better clockspeed…answer : corepilot! See cpu-z screencapture about s615 and mt6752…you will see 8cores run for nothing on s615, notre on mt6752

      You should see youtube video about HTC 820 with Qualcomm and mediatek (a vietnamese Guy do it)

      Now, Qualcomm make lowcost soc compare to mediatek…even using SiON instead HKMG on s410 and s615

  14. eliHd
    January 13, 2015

    The only game I play on my smart phone at the moment is pokemon. I like modern combat games but the control its shite on touch screen. I’ll stick with call of duty on my PlayStation with my big ass tv

  15. Kingu Prima
    January 13, 2015

    Still G6200 for the MT6795? How could they compete with the upcoming snapdragon 810, Intel soc or Kirin 930 ?

  16. David Košič
    January 13, 2015

    The last one does seem powerful however I still fear that you won’t be able to update the device because mediatek won’t support the chip.

  17. Kingu Prima
    January 13, 2015

    Still G6200 for the MT6795? How could they compete with the upcoming snapdragon 810, Intel soc or Kirin 930 ?

  18. David Košič
    January 13, 2015

    The last one does seem powerful however I still fear that you won’t be able to update the device because mediatek won’t support the chip.

  19. kimifan
    January 13, 2015

    I see that mt6732 supports both FDD and TDD but why is most of manufacturers support only FDD and remove TDD? For example elephone p600, zopo zp720, etc

    • ArPi
      January 13, 2015

      Good question, and vica versa. but more on

      I see a phone parameter in webshops that show it has LTE Bands “B1,B3,B7” (for example Elephone P7000 – FDD-LTE bands.) and other mt6752 based phones ( like Jiayu S3 or Meizu-M1-Note) which have “B3,B7,B20” bands in its LTE-FDD description. (i need especialy the B20 800MHz THis is underlined in my example…)

      My question is:
      IF the mt6752 SoC integrates all of the above FDD-LTE-Band capability (See again:
      b1 b3 b7 b20)
      then why i cant find this whole line of bands on all observed mt6752 centered new smartphone? Or
      how can i switch ON that ((hopefully included but didnt noted)) frequency bands?

  20. Guest
    January 13, 2015

    I see that mt6732 supports both FDD and TDD but why is most of manufacturers support only FDD and remove TDD? For example elephone p600, zopo zp720, etc

    • Guest
      January 13, 2015

      Good question, and vica versa. but more on

      I see a phone parameter in webshops that show it has LTE Bands “B1,B3,B7” (for example Elephone P7000 – FDD-LTE bands.) and other mt6752 based phones ( like Jiayu S3 or Meizu-M1-Note) which have “B3,B7,B20” bands in its LTE-FDD description. (i need especialy the B20 800MHz THis is underlined in my example…)

      My question is:
      IF the mt6752 SoC integrates all of the above FDD-LTE-Band capability (See again:
      b1 b3 b7 b20)
      then why i cant find this whole line of bands on all observed mt6752 centered new smartphone? Or
      how can i switch ON that ((hopefully included but didnt noted)) frequency bands?

  21. Steven Fox
    January 14, 2015

    I`m pretty sure that the PowerVR G6400 is in the 6795, not the 6200.
    GPU has plenty of muscle for those 4k videos and slow-mo camera. Every game designed on a smartphone for the next two-three years will run perfectly on it if screen is not above 1080p. I have been using Snapdragon 600(Adreno 320) and all games for two years now are running on 1080p flawlessly/ PowerVR makes the best phone GPU’s, it is reported that Qualcomm is having power/heat issues with the Adreno 430, so the 810 might end up with just a higher clocked Adreno 420 chip.

  22. Steven Fox
    January 14, 2015

    I`m pretty sure that the PowerVR G6400 is in the 6795, not the 6200.
    GPU has plenty of muscle for those 4k videos and slow-mo camera. Every game designed on a smartphone for the next two-three years will run perfectly on it if screen is not above 1080p. I have been using Snapdragon 600(Adreno 320) and all games for two years now are running on 1080p flawlessly/ PowerVR makes the best phone GPU’s, it is reported that Qualcomm is having power/heat issues with the Adreno 430, so the 810 might end up with just a higher clocked Adreno 420 chip.

  23. MexiDroid
    January 14, 2015

    MeizuMX5 with mtk6795 !!!!

  24. MexiDroid
    January 14, 2015

    MeizuMX5 with mtk6795 !!!!

  25. January 19, 2015

    very good chart (bookmarked)
    but the thinnest phone by vivo and mi4 does not use mediatek…

  26. joe computer
    January 19, 2015

    very good chart (bookmarked)
    but the thinnest phone by vivo and mi4 does not use mediatek…