With this chip MediaTek MT6595 I think big companies Dell, HP, Acer..... and more need to new 14"inches tablet with specs:
1.Display.- 14"inches QHD - IGZO
2.Memory.- 3 GB RAM
3.Chipset.- MediaTek MT6595
when we will be able to seen phone running on mediatek mt 6595
HeavyRazzer, 12 Feb 2014Look here:
There is full official ... more
Read up the anandtech review. It's also named a17 because it will match a15 with a lower power consumption.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2014Just look at videos on youtube about MT6592 phones reviews. Those new mediatek cpus offer v... moreThank you! MediaTek is the future. Half the price, but more than enough with power.
Awesome. I want a cheap, mid-range processor with LTE. And this is exactly that. Why would you want/need a Snapdragon 805? I certainly don't want to spend extra money on benchmark scores. For real life applications there is no difference between two processors with 30k resp. 40k points in a benchmark. It's all just a game now a days...
slead, 11 Feb 2014I don't wanna be a skeptic but I will judge it the moment it is in some device and its perform... moreJust look at videos on youtube about MT6592 phones reviews.
Those new mediatek cpus offer very decent performance and experience now and halve the price of many phones.
Still a complete an utter fail. Qualcomm will utterly destroy this with it's s800 and s805 and later in the year with it's s810 chip.
Mediatek chips are a lot better than some people think. You should really watch some power consumption comparisons. As well as watch it's performance comparisons after running a few benchmarks.
This looks to be good at least on paper so far.
a-17 are mid range. Why not use two a-57 cores instead of 8 a-17?
that's my favorite chip, and this chip now include in acer, lenovo, panasonic.... but please the phone need's be not bigger of 4.5-inch and all phones with this processor need contain IGZO scren
Why???? Poor battery!!!
Btw its awesome!! But why 8cores?? Does android support 8 cores??!!
HeavyRazzer, 11 Feb 2014Look here: http://www.arm.com/products/processors/cortex-a/index.php There is full official ... moreEven the Cortex A12 and Cortex A15 are "architecturally aligned" with Cortex A7. It's just another way of saying that they support big.LITTLE.
There is full official info about Cortex-A17 cores. Looks like this is upgraded Cortex-A7, not powerfull Cortex
I don't wanna be a skeptic but I will judge it the moment it is in some device and its performance can be measured in some way