Today, at the 2020 Ziguang Zhanrui Spring Online Conference, Dr. Ma Xiaohang, Vice President of Hisense Electronic Information Group and Deputy General Manager of Qingdao Hisense Communication Co., Ltd. delivered a keynote speech. But we are more interested in the new smartphone announced at the event. The Hisense executive released the company’s first 5G smartphone, namely the Hisense F50. It sports the Ziguang Zhanrui’s first 5G dual-mode processor.
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Ziguang Zhanrui’s first 5G dual-mode processor, the Tiger T710 uses an 8-core CPU architecture, consisting of four 2.0GHz Arm Cortex-A75 and four 1.8GHz Arm Cortex-A55 cores. There is also an IMG PowerVR GM 9446 graphics processor operating at 800MHz. The Tiger T710 includes CPU, GPU, NPU, ISP, VDSP, and other processing units.
Also, the integrated 5G Ivy 510 baseband adopts TSMC’s 12nm process technology and supports multiple 5G key technologies as well as 2G / 3G / 4G / 5G multiple communication modes. It conforms to the latest 3GPP R15 standard specifications, supporting the Sub-6GHz frequency band.
In addition, thanks to the Ivy 510, the Hisense F50 can support both 5G SA independent networking and NSA non-independent networking.
Under the hood, the Hisense F50 also carries a large battery of 5010mAh battery. It supports 18W fast charge, At last, the phone comes with an 8mm heat pipe cooling.
At present, Hisense has not announced the market price and release time of the F50.