Here is the MT6595 smartphone reference design from MediaTek that scored 47,000 on AnTuTu

Here is the MT6595 smartphone reference design from MediaTek that scored 47,000 on AnTuTu
The other day, we told you about the 47,000 AnTuTu score achieved by MediaTek's new MT6595 octa-core processor. Unlike the MT6592, which is a true octa-core chip, the MT6595 uses the big.LITTLE architecture. This means that there are two clusters, each with four cores on the chip, and only one cluster can be active at any given time. This means that when you need your device to do some heavy lifting, the Cortex-A17 cluster is active. For light housekeeping, your device relies on the Cortex-A7 cluster.

For testing purposes, MediaTek produced a smartphone reference design containing the MT6595 CPU and a PowerVR Series6 GPU. Other specs include LTE Cat. 9, Bluetooth LE, and a 5 inch screen with resolution of 1440 x 2560. There is a 20.7MP camera on back, employing a Sony sensor, and the device offers dual SIM slots and a micro SD slot.

One interesting note is the 480fps Super Slow-Motion video, recorded in 1080p. It will come in handy to record the drool leaving your lips in slow-motion. Excuse us, Super Slow-Motion. Still, because this is a reference design device, mundane things like build quality and the phone's design were shrugged off.



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source: Mobilegeeks.de via GSMDome

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