UNISOC T619, new SoC for the economic range

We already have the specifications of the new UNISOC T619, a chip that aims at the economic range of smartphones and tablets.

The UNISOC T619 is the direct heir of the well-known UNISOC T618, widely distributed in tablets and smartphones with a price of around €100. The UNISOC T619 represents a small evolution from the T618, as we have improvements in processor clock and a new and more efficient ARM Mali-G57 MP1 iGPU. The global improvement will be around 10%, so it seems difficult for it to be noticed in real use, although any improvement is always interesting, especially if it maintains its price.

For connectivity with telephone networks, the 4G-Lte modem is maintained, something logical in a SoC that competes on price and is intended for cheap terminals, many of which will end up operating in countries without operational 5G networks.


UNISOC T619 Specifications

The new UNISOC T619 processor is an Octa Core manufactured by TSMC in 12nm. We have a configuration that includes 2 Arm Cortex-A75 processors capable of reaching 2.2 GHz and six Arm Cortex-A55 processors with a maximum speed of 1.8 GHz. The GPU is an ARM Mali-G57 MP1 with a maximum speed of 850 Mhz.

For RAM, we have support of up to LPDDR4X (1866 MHz) and storage is upgraded to UFS 2.2 type memories. It also includes support for cameras up to 108MP and has a 4G-LTE modem with support for global networks. The screens supported by this SoC will have an FHD+ resolution and in HD+ resolutions it reaches a refresh rate of 120 Hz.


  • The UNISOC T619 processor will arrive in stores in a few weeks, debuting in the affordable HOTWAV Cyber 13 Pro smartphone.

Hotwav cyber 13 pro T619

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