Closer look at the MT6750 processor used in Bluboo Maya Max


Global presale period for the latest Bluboo phone Maya Max is slowly getting to the end, so it’s about time we take a closer look at the new processor ticking inside the device.

This new processor is once again from the Mediatek production and the MT6750 should be the new generation of the affordable midrange processor, of course with the full 4G support and everything. It should combine the benefits of the MT6755 and MT6753 chipsets with 4G Cat6 support, eight Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.5 Ghz, support for up to 4 GB LPDDR3 RAM and modern Mali-T860 GPU.

The chipset of course supports all the proprietary Mediatek technologies so we are getting the display enhancing Miravision and battery fast charge Mediatek PumpExpress 2.0.

Theoretically the MT6750 should be a compromise between the more powerful MT6755 and the older MT6753, while keeping the same or better price/performance ratio as the latter. So it makes sense Bluboo opted for this modern midrange Mediatek chipset to power their new Maya Max. And the presales are still open so if you would be interested take a look for example in here.

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8 Comments

  1. Lazar Prodanovic
    August 30, 2016

    I wouldn’t actually compare it with older siblings MT6752, MT6753 nor newer 6757 as this one on the contrary have only one DPDDR3 controller, on the other hand it have a Mali T860 MP2 GPU but clocked at 350MHz. This part I don’t get really good? Even MT6738 with single cluster T860 @ 700MHz will be faster. How ever this will probably be most (64 bit) power efficient SoC up to date that MTK produced (considering its based on TSMC 28nm MPH process). Still I wouldn’t go this way if I whose one making design changes instead I would go with single quad A53 cluster @1.5GHz paird with Mali T880 MP2 @ 500~550Mhz & dual DPDDR3 controller. This way it would be a SoC with same CPU real usage performance, almost 3x GPU performance & same cost, on the down side it would have a bigger power consumption (but not much bigger if implemented properly) & it would score worser in synthetic cpu tied benchmarks that use all cores. Think that would actually provide better user experience. All in all MT6732 remains best MTK design up to date.

    • September 1, 2016

      I believe that the 6738 will never see the light of day.
      MTK should really focus on 16nm chips, as the 28nm is not very energy efficient, hence chips like the Kirin 650 pack quite the punch and consume far less juice(battery life on a 3000mAh is basically equal to 28nm parts at 4000+)
      Problem with MTK devices is that they are being used by low tier manufacturers who also put smaller or degraded in quality batteries in the headsets, so that also hampers the chips.

  2. Lazar Prodanovic
    August 30, 2016

    I wouldn’t actually compare it with older siblings MT6752, MT6753 nor newer 6757 as this one on the contrary have only one DPDDR3 controller, on the other hand it have a Mali T860 MP2 GPU but clocked at 350MHz. This part I don’t get really good? Even MT6738 with single cluster T860 @ 700MHz will be faster. How ever this will probably be most (64 bit) power efficient SoC up to date that MTK produced (considering its based on TSMC 28nm MPH process). Still I wouldn’t go this way if I whose one making design changes instead I would go with single quad A53 cluster @1.5GHz paird with Mali T880 MP2 @ 500~550Mhz & dual DPDDR3 controller. This way it would be a SoC with same CPU real usage performance, almost 3x GPU performance & same cost, on the down side it would have a bigger power consumption (but not much bigger if implemented properly) & it would score worser in synthetic cpu tied benchmarks that use all cores. Think that would actually provide better user experience. All in all MT6732 remains best MTK design up to date.

    • Steven Fox
      September 1, 2016

      I believe that the 6738 will never see the light of day.
      MTK should really focus on 16nm chips, as the 28nm is not very energy efficient, hence chips like the Kirin 650 pack quite the punch and consume far less juice(battery life on a 3000mAh is basically equal to 28nm parts at 4000+)
      Problem with MTK devices is that they are being used by low tier manufacturers who also put smaller or degraded in quality batteries in the headsets, so that also hampers the chips.

  3. loller
    August 31, 2016

    Its a time to move to 16nm FAB..

  4. Guest
    August 31, 2016

    Its a time to move to 16nm FAB..

  5. September 1, 2016

    Basically it`s even lower clocked version of the P10.
    Not good for gaming on a 1080p display, on a 720p should do just fine.

  6. Steven Fox
    September 1, 2016

    Basically it`s even lower clocked version of the P10.
    Not good for gaming on a 1080p display, on a 720p should do just fine.