Leaked images of a Huawei smartphone going by the G750 codename have surfaced. The smartphone is running on MediaTek's new true octa-core MT6592 chipset.
MediaTek has been high on praise for its new chipset, which it claims is the first "true octa-core" solution, being capable of running all eight cores simultaneously. This is in contrast to chipsets like Samsung's Exynos 5 Octa SoC, which runs either its four faster cores or four slower cores depending on processing needs.
The new SoC from MediaTek also has the ability to support 4K video playback and cameras that do up to 16MP stills and fullHD recording,.
But going back to the G750, the device is expected to sport a 5.5-inch screen of a rather disappointing 720p resolution, alongside 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory. According to the about screen, Android 4.2.2 is the OS version.
The G750 shares many of the internals leaked from Huawei's unannounced Glory 4 handset, so it's possible that we're seeing that same device under a new name here.
No. They are SoC's. Systen On Chip. They are the Cpu, Gpu, and whatever other things they add like cell phone radio, LTE, and even other apu's and imaging processors all on one chip.
the s600 and exynos has nothing to do with graphics they sre cpu:s not gpu:s
I completely agree bro, anything hovering around 280ppi-300ppi is perfectly okay with most of us. when human eyes can not distinguish individual pixels at 330 ppi then what's the need of 441ppi.