The race to release smartphones using 8-core processors is heating up as a leaked photo shows a smartphone called the Huawei G750 has been recently spotted. It is still unclear if this is the model number for the Huawei Honor 4/Glory 4 or an entirely different device. One thing is for sure though, it will
MediaTek just recently launched its new true 8-core processor called the MT6592 which is not only powerful but power efficient as well. In line with this several smartphone manufacturers have announced their upcoming models that will be using this new chip. One such device that is launched today and is the very first smartphone to
MediaTek has been prepping the launch of its true octa core chip for quite some time now, and the chipset has been finally made official today by the Chinese manufacturer. The chipset will be known as the MediaTek MT6592 and will be capable of running all eight cores simultaneously, unlike Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa chip.
It used to be that quad-core processor based smartphones were the most powerful devices in the market. Right now there are a few devices that are sporting quad-core chips but then most of them can only use four cores at a time. Mediatek has come up with a solution to use all eight cores at
MediaTek is a company well known for its processors used in low-cost Android devices. While it’s not the preferred choice of popular flagship models its upcoming octa-core and quad-core chips are very promising. The quad-core MT6592 and octa-core MT6588 processors are to be officially unveiled this coming November 20 in Shenzhen, China but right now