Unisoc T765 has been launched and it boasts innovative upgrades compared to previous models.
A Chinese semiconductor firm has quietly launched a new chipset. Formerly known as Spreadtrum Communications, Unisoc rolled out the T765 processor and it supports the 5G.
Among many mobile processor brands, Unisoc is the least likely familiar for most people but it’s often found in budget smartphones. It means Unisoc chipsets make those smartphones more affordable for a lot of people, especially casual users.
The company seems now ready to take the next level with the launch of a new 5G-powered chipset. According to a report, the Unisoc T765 is a six-nanometer octa-core processor with an architecture of two A76 cores clocked at 2.3 GHz and six A55 cores with a clock speed of 2.1 GHz. This chipset also supports LPDDR4x of up to 2133 MHz and different standard storage, including eMMC 5.1 and UFS 2.2.
Those technical details will allow any device powered by Unisoc T765 to perform well on typical daily tasks and light gaming. It may still carry out medium gaming but expect some troubles without proper optimization.
The visual rendering is handled by the Mali-G57 graphics processor, which also enables HDR10+ and variable refresh rate support. Along with the CPU, these two aspects can handle up to 108-megapixel main sensor or a triple rear setup of 64 MP, 20 MP, and 13 MP sensors.
The optics are primarily governed by Unisoc Vivimagic 6.0 image engine and a four-core ISP architecture in a two-main and two-auxiliary setting. Some of the camera features provided by Unisoc T765 include HDR, Portrait mode, AI-based scene recognition, and multi-frame noise reduction.
Yet the most interesting capability of the chipset is 5G! Unisoc T765 can manage 5G dual-carrier aggregation for incredible data speeds, VoWi-Fi, dual-SIM dual VoNR, and more.
We’re eagerly waiting for the very first device powered by this new chipset.