Inexpensive 5G smartphones based on the 6nm Unisoc Tiger T7520 chip to appear in early 2021

Inexpensive 5G smartphones based on the 6nm Unisoc Tiger T7520 chip to appear in early 2021


Unisoc Executive Vice President Zhou Chen has outlined the release dates for the first smartphones on the company’s flagship hardware platform, the Tiger T7520 processor.

The named chip was presented back in February this year, becoming one of the first 6-nanometer EUV-products for smartphones with support for fifth generation (5G) cellular communications. However, commercial devices based on this processor are still unavailable.

As Mr. Chen has now announced, the release of smartphones based on the Tiger T7520 will be organized next year. These will be relatively inexpensive devices designed for the mass market. Internet sources add that one of the first such devices will be presented by Hisense. Smartphones are likely to debut in the first half of 2021.

We add that the Tiger T7520 processor contains eight cores (quartets Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55), a Mali G57 graphics accelerator and a 5G modem with support for non-autonomous (NSA) and autonomous (SA) architectures. The data transfer rate can theoretically reach 3.25 Gbps.

Unisoc was formerly known as Spreadtrum. Its mobile processors are used in entry-level smartphones.



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