The UNISOC T770 is the most powerful chip of this Chinese brand of its new series of Tangula 7 chips that come with 5G connectivity as the other UNISOC T760 and UNISOC T740 with more modest performance.
The UNISOC T770 is an Octa Core manufactured in 6nm EUV oriented to Smartphones and tablets of the economic mid-range and that as it is a constant in this brand we expect to offer a good quality/price ratio as the main asset. An SoC that does not intend to compete directly with the big players in the market, but that adapts its specifications to current times with, for example, support for screen refresh up to 120Hz and 5G connectivity.
The UNISOC T770 is an Octa Core that is manufactured in 6nm EUV and includes 3 clusters with a maximum frequency of 2.5 Ghz. The first cluster carries an ARM Cortex-A76 processor, the second another 3 ARM Cortex-A76 and the third 4 ARM Cortex-A55. The GPU is a mid-range ARM Mali-G57. As usual in this range we will have an iA module with a power of 4.8 TOPS.
An SoC with support for LPDDR4 / LPDDR4X RAM up to 2133 Mhz and storage eMMc 5.1 and UFS 3.1. It also includes Wifi aC, Bluetooth 5.0, FM radio, GPS and a 5G Cat.15 modem for downloads and Cat.13 for uploads to the network. Regarding cameras, it will have support for sensors up to 108 MP with recording capacity up to 4K@60fps.
- At the moment we do not have a market availability date for the UNISOC T770, it is expected that devices with this new SoC will arrive sometime in 2022.