MediaTek presents what they claim to be today’s fastest Tablet SoC, using Dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 with Dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 in big.LITTLE configuration with a new SGX6 based GPU.
How soon we’ll see MT8135 based tablets on the market? And does MediaTek also prepare a big.LITTLE for smartphones? I don’t know.
MediaTek introduces industry leading tablet SoC -MT8135, which integrates ARM’s big.LITTLE™ processing subsystem and a PowerVR™ Series6 GPU from Imagination Technologies.
MediaTek MT8135 fulfills the most demanding CPU and GPU usage scenarios, whether it is heavy web downloading, hardcore gaming, high-quality premium video viewing or rigorous multitasking, while maintaining the utmost power efficiency.
In this video, you’ll see how MediaTek MT8135 outperforms today’s tablet solutions.
- MediaTek MT6592 octa-core processor announced (armdevices.net)
- MediaTek introduces its first ARM Cortex-A15 chip with big.LITTLE tech (MT8135) (liliputing.com)
- Hands-on With MediaTek’s New Quad-Core MT8135 Tablet Processor (laptopmag.com)
- MediaTek Introduces Industry Leading Tablet SoC, MT8135 (virtual-strategy.com)
- MediaTek unveils quad-core MT8135 chipset: big.LITTLE MP architecture, PowerVR Series6 GPU (vr-zone.com)
- MediaTek’s MT8135 SoC does dual-core big.LITTLE MP, packs PowerVR Series6 GPU (engadget.com)