Guide To Choosing The Best Mid-Range Octa-Core 4G LTE Solution

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Smart devices have gradually become more prevalent in the daily lives of consumers. So much so that consumers can become confused by the the various 4G LTE smartphone solutions that are available. When it comes to MediaTek, this is a company who has already released three popular mid-range octa-core processors that support 4G LTE. These are the MT6755, MT6750 and MT6753 and here we will discuss them all in a little bit more detail.

The MT6755 is a third-generation integrated 4G WorldMode modem with LTE Cat-6 which supports 2×20 carrier aggregation with 300 / 50 Mbps data speeds, allowing for incredible fast levels of connectivity and rates of transfer. Clocked at 2 GHz, the MT6755 makes use of a 64-bit Cortex-A53 CPU for one of the fastest performances in the mainstream segment. With a powerful dual-core 64-bit Mali-T860 graphics core, the MT6755 is able to deliver an uncompromised user experience. The MT6755 also supports full HD displays at 60 FPS with MediaTek's suite of MiraVision 2.0 display technologies, including UltraDimming, BluLight Defender, and Adaptive Picture Quality. As for camera performance, the MT6755 supports 21MP single cameras, 16MP + 8MP dual cameras with TrueBright ISP engine (which offers greater sensor light capture). This greatly enhances color resolution with less than a 200ms shot-to-shot delay. Last but not least, Hi-fidelity, hi-clarity audio with 110dB SNR & -95dB THD enable the MT6755 to meet consumer demand for superior audio performance.

Compared to the MT6755, the MT6753 is designed for the super-mid market and is equipped with a lower configuration which aims to help provide consumers with a wider choice of smart devices and at more affordable price points. Based on the ARM Cortex-A53 64-bit processor with ARM Mali-T720 graphics, the MT6753 supports 1080p Full HD displays. With a 16-megapixel image signal-processor, the MT6753 is also able to support high-quality smartphone camera applications.

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The newly released MT6750 perfectly combines all the benefits of the MT6755 and the MT6753. In terms of the modem, the MT6176 radio-frequency module complementing the MT6750, covers the worldwide 4G spectrum and enables Carrier Aggregation. On the processing side of things, the MT6750 outperforms previous solutions in terms of power-efficiency and performance thanks to its octa-core CPU based on Cortex A53 (clocked at 1.5 GHz) and also includes the Mali T860 dual GPU (up to 650 MHz with the MT6750T variant). In addition, the MT6750 supports as much as 4GB of LPDDR3 memory (up to 833 MHz with the MT6750T variant). Not to mention, the MT6750 makes use of MediaTek's superior MiraVision display improvements, advanced image-signal processing technologies and full Cat-6 LTE support and in more devices than ever before. The MT6750 is also compatible with MediaTek PumpExpress 2.0 which is designed to speeds up device charging.

In general, the MT6750 strikes a good balance between the extraordinary performance of the MT6755 and the tempting price/performance ratio of the MT6753. The OPPO R9 adopts the MT6755 solution and has been praised for its outstanding performance. Although its comparatively high price means the OPPO R9 does price out some consumers. In contrast, the Bluboo Maya Max is a smartphone which includes the world debut of the MT6750 and is currently available to pre-order. For further details, head through the link below.

Bluboo Maya Max

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