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  • Tiger T7520: UNISOC introduced the world's first 6-nanometer 5G processor


    Chinese chipmaker UNISOC has introduced a new platform for smartphones Tiger T7520, made using a 6-nanometer process technology. The company spoke about the characteristics of the new product, noting that the chip is designed to work in fifth-generation networks.

    Tiger T7520: UNISOC introduced the world's first 6-nanometer 5G processor

    The Tiger T7520 processor has eight cores: four Cortex-A76 and four Cortex-A55, while the manufacturer does not name their frequency. The graphics chip is Mali-G57. According to the developer, the transition from the 7-nanometer process will increase the density of transistors by 18%, which reduced energy consumption by 8%.

    The integrated 5G modem supports two 5G network standards (NSA/SA) and is also compatible with 2G, 3G, and 4G networks. The maximum download speed when using SA-type networks is 3.25 Gbit/s. Simultaneous operation of two 5G SIM cards is provided.

    The Tiger T7520 features a new generation of neural coprocessor for more efficient processing of tasks related to the use of artificial intelligence. According to UNISOC representatives, it is 50% faster than its predecessor. Finally, the chip supports displays with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, 4K resolution and HDR10 +, as well as cameras with a maximum resolution of up to 100 megapixels.


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