The ZTE Blade Qlux is a super affordable smartphone which comes with the MediaTek MT6732M processor and LTE support.
Mlais’ MT6752 powered M4 Note is the latest phablet to hit the shelves in China.
Elephone have kicked off presales of their Elephone G2 which comes with a quad-core LTE processor, Android 5.0 and even the option of Cyanogenmod for just $95!
Another MT6732 phone goes on sale in the form of the fingerprint-enabled KingZone N3 Plus, which costs an attractive $160.
ZTE’s all-new Blade S6 is now up for sale for $250. How good a buy is it though?
Doogee’s 64-bit Turbo Mini F1 with 4.5-inch screen is now on pre-sale.
If you read over the rumoured JiaYu F2 specifications a few days ago you proabably though it was all good until you got to the CPU details, but new evidence suggests the phone might have a MT6732 SoC and FHD display.
The upcoming Meizu m1 mini has been spotted at GFXBench, dropping the ‘mini’ part of it’s name and rocking a quad-core MT6732 processor.
Our Ulefone Be Pro smartphone arrived for review this morning and we have wasted no time running a couple of benchmarks on the phone to see how the 64bit MT6732 performs with 2GB RAM.
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.
Ulefone have begun pre-sales of it’s Be Pro phone, equipped with 64bit Mediatek chipset and 2GB RAM all for just $169.99.
Earlier today we received a couple of new phones for review, but the first to get the benchmark treatment is the 64bit MT6732 equipped Elephone P6000. Here is how it performs.
As rumoured, Mediatek have announced their mid-range 64-Bit MT6732 processor with LTE at MWC along with their own fast charging solution.
Details of Mediatek’s first 64-BIT processors confirm ARM Cortex A53 architecture, and 4G LTE support.
In October of last year, Mediatek announced it was preparing its own 64-BIT processors for smartphones, now more details have emerged.