MediaTek

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MediaTek, Inc.
Native name 聯發科技股份有限公司
Type Public
Traded as TWSE: 2454
Industry Fabless semiconductors
Founded Taiwan May 28, 1997 (1997-05-28)
Headquarters Hsinchu, Taiwan
Area served Worldwide
Key people
  • Ming-Kai Tsai (Chairman & CEO)
  • Jyh-Jer Cho (Vice Chairman)
  • Ching-Jiang Hsieh (President)[1]
Products MT6577, MT6589, MT8125, MT6582, MT6592 and many others
Production output 220 million smartphone chip solutions (2013)[2]
Services
  • Chip sales
  • System engineering and reference designs
Revenue Increase NT$136,056 million (US$4,500 million) (2013)[3]
Net income Increase NT$27,485 million (US$920 million) (2013)[3]
Employees 6,999 (2012)[4]
Website mediatek.com

MediaTek Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company that provides system-on-chip solutions for wireless communications, HDTV, DVD and Blu-ray.[5] Applications for MediaTek chips include smartphones and feature phones, tablets, digital televisions such as LCD TVs, DVD and Blu-ray players, optical drives used in PCs, Wi-Fi routers and other devices featuring wireless connectivity (GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC), ADSL equipment, and smart home appliances.[6][7] Headquartered in Hsinchu, Taiwan, the company has 25 offices worldwide and is one of the top 25 semiconductor suppliers globally by sales volume.[8][9]

Since its founding in 1997, MediaTek has been creating chipset solutions for the global market.[4][10][11] MediaTek also provides its customers with reference designs.[12]

Corporate history[edit]

MediaTek was originally a unit of United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) tasked with designing chipsets for home entertainment products.[10] On May 28, 1997, the unit was spin off and incorporated. MediaTek Inc. was listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSEC) under the "2454" code on July 23, 2001.[13]

The company started out designing chipsets for optical drives and subsequently expanded into chip solutions for DVD players, digital TVs, mobile phones, smartphones and tablets.[10][12][14] In general MediaTek has had a strong record of gaining market share and displacing competitors after entering new markets.[12][15][16]

The company's division designing solutions for mobile devices was launched in 2004. Seven years later, it was taking orders for more than 500 million mobile system-on-chip units per annum, which included solutions for both feature phones and smart devices.[10] By providing extensive system engineering assistance the company allowed many smaller companies and new entrants to enter a mobile phone market that had previously been dominated by large, often vertically integrated corporations that had long been broadly entrenched in the telecommunications industry. The mobile chip market quickly became the main growth driver for the company.[10][12][15][16]

At Mobile World Congress 2014, MediaTek unveiled its new brand “Everyday Genius”, dubbing the term “Super-mid market”, with the vision and aiming to make smartphones more accessible affordable to the wider market.[17]

Acquisitions[edit]

Analog Devices cellular chip operations[edit]

In 2007, MediaTek acquired the cellular chip operations of Analog Devices for US$350 million.[18]

Ralink[edit]

On May 5, 2011, MediaTek acquired Ralink Technology Corporation.[19]

Coresonic[edit]

On April 11, 2012, MediaTek acquired Coresonic, a global producer of digital signal processing solutions based in Linköping, Sweden. Coresonic is now a wholly owned subsidiary of MediaTek in Europe.[20]

MStar[edit]

On June 22, 2012, MediaTek announced that it would acquire rival chipset designer MStar. The initial phase of the deal will see MediaTek taking a 48 percent stake, with an option to purchase the remaining stake at a later date.[21]

The merger between MediaTek and MStar was delayed by antitrust concerns of China and South Korea and finally finalized on February 1, 2014.[22]

Innovations[edit]

Heterogeneous multi-processing[edit]

With the announcement and sampling of its MT8135 system-on-chip (SoC) for tablets in July, 2013, MediaTek became the world’s first company to demonstrate ARM big.LITTLE chipsets with heterogeneous multi-processing capabilities.[23][24] By concurrently allocating tasks to individual CPU cores, the MT8135 offered significant power saving advantages over competing mobile device solutions.[23] Although the MT8135 has not appeared in end products as of 2014,[25] MediaTek announced the MT6595 platform for smartphones using heterogeneous multi-processing in February 2014.[26]

True Octa-Core[edit]

In July 2013, MediaTek became the first system-on-chip (SoC) supplier to announce the development of an octa-core mobile device SoC capable of processing tasks with eight CPU cores concurrently, a solution the company refers to as "True Octa-Core".[27]

On November 20, 2013 in a press event held in Beijing MediaTek officially pulled the wraps off the MT6592 SoC. It's a 'true octa core' chip with eight ARM Cortex-A7 application processor clocked at 1.7–2.0 GHz and Mali-450 MP GPU clocked at 700 MHz. There is no on-board LTE radio but it includes NFC radio. It also supports UltraHD or 4K video playback.

On February 11, 2014 MediaTek unveiled MT6595, an octa-core SoC with LTE connectivity capabilities powered by four Cortex-A17 cores and four Cortex-A7 cores with heterogeneous multi-processing capabilities.[26][28]

Multimode inductive and resonance wireless charging[edit]

On January 7, 2014 MediaTek announced its successful development of multimode receiver technology that is compatible with inductive and resonant charging – two of the common wireless charging technologies – the first in the wireless charger industry in enabling multimode charging.[29]

On February 24, 2014 MediaTek announced its MT3188, its first multimode wireless charging product, certified by the Power Matters Alliance and Wireless Power Consortium.[30]

Five-in-one combo wireless connectivity SoC[edit]

On February 25, 2014, MediaTek announced the industry first five-in-one combo wireless SoC MT6630 that supports a range of connectivity standards such as 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, advanced Wi-Fi Direct and Miracast support, Bluetooth 4.1, ANT+, tri-band GPS and FM transceiver. [31] [32]

Product categories[edit]

MediaTek delivers solutions across the mobile communications, home entertainment and connectivity fields. Its chipsets are divided into the following product categories:[6]

  • Mobile chipsets
  • Optical disc drive
  • Consumer DVD and Blu-ray
  • Digital TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • NFC
  • GPS
  • xDSL

Markets and competition[edit]

Competitors and market share
SoC Application Historical competitors Competitors (2014) Market share
Optical storage Oak Technologies,[33] VIA[34] Sunext Technology[35] #1 (2012)[15]
DVD/Blu-ray player ESS Technology, Zoran,[36] Renesas/NEC,[37] Broadcom[38][39] Sunplus[38] #1 (2012)[15]
DTV Genesis Microchip, Trident Microsystems, ATI/AMD,[40] Zoran,[41] Broadcom,[39] MStar Semiconductor Realtek, Novatek, Sunplus, Sigma Designs, Marvell, Qualcomm, Samsung Semiconductor, LG[42][43][44] 20% (#1) by units (Q2 2008),[41] 57% by revenue including MStar (2011)[45]
Feature phone Texas Instruments, Analog Devices,[46] Qualcomm Spreadtrum, RDA Microelectronics[46][47]
Smartphone Qualcomm, Spreadtrum,[12] Broadcom, Marvell,[48] Intel,[49] HiSilicon,[50] Apple Application Processor: 10% (#3) by revenue (2013),[51] Baseband processor: 12% (#2) by revenue (2013) [52]
Mobile phone (combined) Baseband units: 27% (#2) (2013),[53] Baseband/AP: 14% (#2) by revenue (2013)[53]
Tablet Rockchip, Allwinner Technology, Actions Semiconductor,[54] Spreadtrum,[55] Intel,[49] Marvell, Qualcomm Unit shipments in China: #3 (Q4 2013)[56]

The application focus of MediaTek's chip sales has shifted and expanded over time in an evolving competitive landscape. In its early days, when optical storage products were prominent it competed with Oak Technologies[33] and others. When it expanded to DVD player chips it successfully competed against companies such as ESS Technology, Zoran[36] and later Sunplus.[38] In the market for DTV chip solutions it helped displace early leaders such as Genesis Microchip and Trident Microsystems[57] while competing with Zoran[41] and MStar Semiconductor, also based in Taiwan, which it later acquired.[21]

In the market for chip solutions for smartphones, the company primarily competes with Qualcomm, Spreadtrum, Broadcom, and Marvell.[51][52] Qualcomm is the dominant global player in the mid and high-end,[51] and uses its considerable intellectual property leverage to pursue significant licensing fees based on the wholesale price of 3G/4G mobile phones, leading authorities in China to charge Qualcomm with abusing its "dominant position in the market" and start anti-trust investigations in 2014.[58] Spreadtrum is a significant player in the low-end of the Chinese market.[59] In 2013, MediaTek held a smartphone baseband unit market share of 55% at Chinese OEMs.[53] Intel Corporation has made significant investments into becoming a player in this segment and was already heavily subsidizing its entry into the low-cost tablet market as of 2014.[49]

According to information provided in MediaTek's Q1 2014 financial results conference call, in terms of product mix, MediaTek's smartphone chipset shipments consisted of 5-10% single-core, 45-55% dual-core, 30-35% quad-core and 5-10% octa-core. Most octa-cores were sold to China, while the export market was dominated by dual-core. In terms of baseband technology (smartphones only), WCDMA was 50-55%, TD 25-30% and EDGE 10-15%.[60] MediaTek is planning to ship SoC solutions with integrated 4G LTE baseband in volume in the second half of 2014, which is later than Qualcomm and Broadcom,[61] which may impact MediaTek as Chinese telecom providers such as China Mobile push and subsidize LTE technology.[62] The late introduction of integrated 4G also reduces MediaTek's competitiveness for products aimed at Western markets.

Product list[edit]

Smartphone and modem processors[edit]

(2009–2012)[edit]

Model Number CPU instruction set Semiconductor
technology
CPU CPU cache GPU Memory technology Wireless radio technologies Released
MT6235 ARM9 Up to 208 MHz No GPU No smartphone SoC
MT6516 ARM9 (ARMv5) 416 MHz No GPU Not 3G compatible 2009
MT6513 ARM11 (ARMv6) 65 nm 650 MHz PowerVR SGX531 @ 281 MHz[63] Not 3G compatible (MT6573 without 3G)
MT6573 ARM11 (ARMv6) 65 nm 650 MHz PowerVR SGX531 3G, HSPA 2010
MT6515 Cortex-A9 (ARMv7) 40 nm 1.0 GHz PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 522 MHz[63] Not 3G compatible (MT6575 without 3G) 2012
MT6575 Cortex-A9 (ARMv7), 512 KB L2 cache 40 nm 1.0 GHz PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 522 MHz[63] 3G, HSPA 2011
MT6575M Cortex-A9 (ARMv7), 256 KB L2 cache 65 nm 1.0 GHz PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 281 MHz[63] 3G, HSPA 2012
MT6577 Cortex-A9 (ARMv7) 40 nm 1.0 GHz dual-core PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 522 MHz[63] 3G, HSPA, HSPA+ 2012
MT6577T Cortex-A9 (ARMv7) 40 nm 1.2 GHz dual-core PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 522 MHz 3G, HSPA, HSPA+
MT6517 Cortex-A9 (ARMv7) 40 nm 1.0 GHz dual-core PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 522 MHz Not 3G compatible (MT6577 with 3G) 2012
MT6517T Cortex-A9 (ARMv7) 40 nm 1.2 GHz dual-core PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 525 MHz[63] Not 3G compatible (MT6577T with 3G)

(2013 and later)[edit]

Dual-core[edit]
Model number CPU instruction set fab CPU CPU cache GPU Memory technology Wireless radio technologies Released Utilizing devices
MT6572 ARMv7 28 nm Up to 1.3 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 256 KB L2 Mali-400 MP1 @ 500 MHz LPDDR2 266 MHz Multi-mode Rel. 8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA, Wi-Fi, FM, Bluetooth, GPS[64] June 2013 ZTE Blade Q Mini,[65] ZTE Blade Q,[66] ZTE Blade Q Maxi,[67] Acer Liquid Z3,[68] BLU Dash 5.0,[69] BLU Dash Music 4.0,[70] Micromax A77 Canvas Juice,[71] Micromax A76 Canvas Fun,[72] Micromax A74 Canvas Fun,[73] Alcatel One Touch Pop C5,[74] Alcatel One Touch Pop C3,[75] Gigabyte GSmart Alto A2,[76] Gigabyte GSmart Roma R2,[77] TCL S530T,[78] Alcatel One Touch Idol Mini,[79] Alcatel One Touch Idol Mini Dual,[80] BLU Advance 4.0,[81] BLU Studio 5.0 II,[82] Acer Liquid Z5,[83] Karbonn A12 Plus,[84] Karbonn A99, Huawei Ascend Y320,[85] Acer Iconia B1-720,[86] Huawei Ascend Y511,[87] Cubot GT72,[88] Cubot C10+,[89] Xolo A500 Club,[90] Archos 40b Titanium,[91] Gigabyte GSmart Rey R3,[92] Allview A5 Duo,[93] Xolo A510s,[94] Huawei Ascend Y600,[95] JiaYu F1,[96] BLU Neo 4.5,[97] Lenovo A316i,[98] Prestigio MultiPhone 5501,[99] Prestigio MultiPhone 5500 DUO,[100] Prestigio MultiPhone 5451 DUO,[101] Prestigio MultiPhone 5450 DUO,[102] Prestigio MultiPhone 3400 DUO,[103] Micromax A102 Canvas Doodle 3,[104] Highscreen Zera F,[105] Oppo Joy,[106] QMobile Noir i5 3G,[107] QMobile Noir i9 3G,[108]QMobile Noir A8i,[108]QMobile Noir A63[109]
Quad-core[edit]
Model number CPU instruction set fab CPU CPU cache GPU Memory technology Wireless radio technologies Released Utilizing devices
MT6589[a] ARMv7 28 nm Up to 1.2 GHz Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 PowerVR SGX544MP @ 286 MHz[63][110] 32-bit single-channel 533 MHz LPDDR2 (4.3 GB/s) 3G, HSPA+, TD-SCDMA March 2013 Tianhe h920, Fairphone 2014,[111] Alcatel One Touch Idol Alpha, Lenovo IdeaPhone A820, Oppo R819, Gigabyte GSmart Maya M1 V2, Sony Xperia C, Acer Liquid E2, Huawei Ascend G700, Neo N003, Ainol Novo 8 Talos, ZTE V987, BBK Vivo X1S, Panasonic P51, Pioneer E90w, ZTE N986, THL W8, Amoi N850, ZTE U956, UMI X2, Lenovo P780, Disney Mobile Magic1 M7007, Philips Xenium W8568, BenQ F3, Gigabyte GSmart Aku A1, Lenovo LePhone S750, Lenovo IdeaPhone S820,Cloudfone Thrill 530qx,[112] Gionee Elife E3,[113] Wiko Cink Peax 2, Wiko Stairway
MT6589M Up to 1.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 PowerVR SGX544MP @ 156 MHz[63][110] LPDDR2/LPDDR3 3G, HSPA+, TD-SCDMA July 2013 Blu Dash 4.5 D300/D310,[114] Fairphone 2013,[115] Philips W9588, Philips Xenium W6500, Alcatel One Touch Fierce 7024W, Alcatel One Touch Snap Dual OT-7025D, Hisense HS-U970,[112] Huawei G610s,[116] Xolo Q600,[117] Xolo Q800,[118] Alcatel One Touch Fierce,[119] BLU Studio 5.5,[120] Micromax A110Q Canvas 2 Plus,[121] Karbonn Titanium S2,[122] THL W100[123]
MT6589T Up to 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 PowerVR SGX544MP @ 357 MHz[63][110] LPDDR1/LPDDR2 3G, HSPA+, TD-SCDMA July 2013 Xolo Q1000s, Acer Liquid S1,[124] Lenovo Vibe X,[125] Xiaomi HongMi,[126] Vivo X3t,[127] BLU Life Pro,[128] Karbonn Titanium X,[129] Micromax A117 Canvas Magnus,[130] Micromax A250 Canvas Turbo,[131] Karbonn Titanium S7,[132] Gigabyte GSmart Guru,[133] Gigabyte GSmart Sierra S1,[134] TCL Hero N3,[135] TCL Idol X,[136] Alcatel One Touch Idol X,[137] TCL Hero N3 Y910T,[138] BLU Life Pure,[139] Alcatel One Touch Hero,[140] Gionee Elife E6,[141] Gionee Elife E5,[142] Xolo Q3000,[143] BLU Life Play X,[144] BLU Life One M,[145] BLU Life One X,[146] Cubot T9,[147] Cubot One,[148] BLU Vivo 4.8 HD,[149] Newman K2,[150] Zopo ZP990 Gold Edition,[151] Zopo ZP990 Captain S,[152] BLU Life Pure Mini,[153] Zopo C7,[154] Zopo ZP980,[155] Zopo C3,[156] Philips Xenium W8555, THL W8S,[157] THL W300,[158] THL W11 Monkey King,[159] THL W200,[160] THL W8 Beyond,[161] Intex Aqua i7,[162] iOcean X7 Turbo,[163] Gionee GPad G4,[164] Orientphone N3 N9000 FHD,[165] Mlais MX69,[166] Mlais MX68,[167] Mlais MX59,[168] Elephone P6,[169] iNew I6000,[170] iNew I7000,[171] iNew I4000 HD,[172] iNew I3000 HD,[173] UMI Cross,[174] UMI X2,[175] i-mobile IQ X3,[176] JiaYu G5 Advanced,[177] JiaYu G3S,[178] JiaYu G4 Advanced,[179] InFocus M310 Charm Purple,[180] Tianhe H920+,[181] Allview P6 Quad Plus,[182] Allview X1 Soul Mini,[183] Allview X1 Soul,[184] Pomp C6,[185] Pomp W99,[186] Pomp King W88S,[187] Prestigio MultiPhone PAP7600 DUO,[188] Prestigio MultiPhone 7500 16 GB,[189] Prestigio MultiPhone 7500 32 GB,[190] WIKO Darkfull, WIKO Darknight, Neo N003 Youth,[191] Neo N003 Premium,[192] MPIE I9200 Quad-Core,[193] Voto UMI X2,[194] Voto Ziyun V5,[195] Ulefone P6+,[196] Ulefone U650+,[197] Ulefone U650,[198] Xolo Q900T,[199] Philips Xenium W8555,[200] Fly Universe 5.7,[201] Fly Luminor,[202] Doogee Max DG650,[203] Highscreen Alpha R,[204] Faea F2S[205]
MT6582 ARMv7 28 nm Up to 1.3 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 512 KB L2 Mali-400 MP2 @ 500 MHz 32-bit single-channel 533 MHz LPDDR2/LPDDR3 (4.3 GB/s) R8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA, Wi-Fi, FM, Bluetooth, GPS Q3 2013 Vivo Y15,[206] Lenovo S650,[207] Lenovo S930,[208] Gionee Pioneer P3, Micromax A114 Canvas 2.2,[209] Huawei Honor 3C,[210][211] Oppo R1,[212] Karbonn Titanium S5 Plus,[213] BLU Life Life Play S,[214] Vivo Y11i,[215] Oppo Find 5 Mini,[216] Micromax A200 Turbo Mini,[217] Zopo ZP660+ Infinity,[218] Vtel X1,[219] Zopo ZP820 Raiden,[220] Xolo Q1010,[221] Jiake P6,[222] Intex Aqua i15,[223] Intex Aqua Curve,[224] iOcean X7 HD,[225] Goophone N3 Mini,[226] Gionee M2,[227] Archos 64 Xenon[228] QMobile Noir A910[229] QMobile Noir A550 3G,[230] NEO M1, Lenovo A680, Lenovo S850,[231] Lenovo S860,[232] Mlais MX28,[233] Elephone P7,[234] Elephone P7 mini,[235] iNew V3,[236] Vivo Y13,[237] Vivo Y20,[238] JiaYu G2F TD,[239] Allview A5 Quad,[240] UMI X1 Pro,[241] Amoi A900W,[242] Xolo Q1010i,[243] Xolo Q2500,[244] Tengda SM-T311,[245] Tengda N9005,[246] Gionee Pioneer P4,[247] Zopo ZP780,[248] Zopo ZP700 Cuppy,[249] Philips Xenium W6618,[250] HTC Desire 516t,[251] i-mobile IQ X Slim,[252] JiaYu G4C,[253] JiaYu G3C,[254] Cubot S208,[255] Huawei Ascend G730,[256] BLU Studio 6.0 HD,[257] Doogee Valencia DG800,[258] WIKO Rainbow, WIKO Darkmoon, Elephone P7 Blade,[259] QMobile Noir i12,[260]

QMobile Noir i6,[261] QMobile Noir A900i,[262] Dark EVO P60, [263]

MT6582M Up to 1.3 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 512 KB L2 Mali-400 MP2 @ 416 MHz R8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA, Wi-Fi, FM, Bluetooth, GPS Q1 2014 Lenovo A850, Xolo Q700s, TCL J926T,[264] Micromax A119 Canvas XL,[265] HTC Desire 310,[266] Lenovo A880,[267] Micromax Canvas 2.2, Lenovo A628T,[268] Micromax A96 Canvas Power,[269] Alcatel One Touch Pop C7,[270] Lenovo S660,[271] ZTE Blade L2,[272] TCL Joy,[273] BLU Studio 5.5 S,[274] BLU Studio 5.0 S II,[275] Lenovo A526,[276] Oppo R2001 YoYo,[277] Highscreen Zera S,[278] Micromax Unite 2, Vodafone Smart 4 Power,[279]
MT6588 ARMv7 28 nm HPM Up to 1.7 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 512 KB L2 Mali-450 MP4 @ 600 MHz LPDDR2 533 MHz, LPDDR3 666 MHz R8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA, Wi-Fi, FM, Bluetooth, GPS Q4 2013 Gionee E7 Mini
MT6732[280] ARMv8-A (64-bit) 28 nm HPM 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 Mali-T760 MP2 @ 500 MHz 32-bit single-channel 800 MHz LPDDR3 (6.4 GB/sec) GSM, UMTS, GPRS, HSPA+, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA, LTE Cat 4 Q3 2014
  1. ^ previously known as MT6588
Hexa-core and octa-core[edit]
Model number CPU instruction set fab CPU CPU cache GPU Memory technology Wireless radio technologies Released Utilizing devices
MT6592[281] ARMv7 28 nm HPM Up to 2 GHz (typically 1.7 GHz) octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 Mali-450 MP4 @ 700 MHz[63] single-channel 32-bit LPDDR2 533 MHz, LPDDR3 666 MHz (5.3 GB/s)[282] R8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA, Wi-Fi, FM, Bluetooth, GPS[a] Q4 2013 Panasonic P81,[283] Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus,[284] Karbonn Titanium Octane,[284] Lenovo S898T+, RedMi Note,[285] Coolpad 9976A,[286] Huawei Honor 3X,[287] Huawei Honor 3X Pro,[288] Gionee Elife E7 mini,[289] Lenovo S939,[290] Intex Aqua Octa,[291] Alcatel One Touch Idol X+,[292] TCL Idol X+,[293] iBerry Auxus Nuclea N2, Micromax A350 Canvas Knight,[294] Newman K18,[295] Newman K2S,[296] Zopo ZP998,[297] Zopo ZP980+,[298] THL T200,[299] THL T100s Ironman,[300] THL W11 Monkey King 2,[301] Zopo ZP990+[302] VOICE X5,[303] JIAKE V8,[304] JIAKE X3S,[305] iOcean X7s Elite,[306] iOcean G7,[307] THL T200C,[308] Goophone N3,[309] Goophone N3 Lite,[310] Gionee Elife S5.5,[311] Goophone V92 Pro,[312] Archos 50c Oxygen,[313] Goophone S5,[314] Orientphone N3 N8800,[315] Orientphone H8,[316] Orientphone N3 N9800,[317] Cubot X6,[318] Mlais MX69T Pro,[319] Mlais MX69 Pro,[320] Mlais MX65,[321] Coolpad 9976A,[322] Elephone P6S,[323] Elephone P8,[324] Elephone P9 Water,[325] Coolpad F1 8297,[326] iNew I6000+,[327] UMI X2S,[328] UMI X3,[329] Goophone M8,[330] i-mobile IQ X Octo,[331] Goophone S9,[332] Goophone X3,[333] Lenovo S898T+ 16 GB,[334] Vivo X3S,[335] Xiaomi Redmi Note,[336] Zopo ZP1000,[337] JiaYu S2 32 GB,[338] JiaYu S2 Basic,[339] JiaYu G6 32 GB,[340] Karbonn Titanium Octane,[341] Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus,[342] JiaYu S2 16 GB,[343] JiaYu G6 16 GB,[344] Lenovo S898T+ 8 GB,[345] InFocus M320u,[346] HTC Desire 616w,[347] Tianhe H928,[348] Tianhe H8,[349] Tianhe H9008,[350] TCL Meme Da,[351] Pomp C6S,[352] THL T11,[353] Tengda S9800,[354] Tengda P92,[355] Tengda HD9800,[356] Tengda HD8800,[357] Amoi A928W,[358] iOcean X8,[359] Tengda Z2,[360] Allview P7 Xtreme,[361] Highscreen Thor,[362] JiaYu G4S,[363] JiaYu G5S,[364] Doogee Dagger DG550,[365] Doogee Max DG650S,[366] Philips I928,[367] Ulefone U69,[368] Ulefone U9592,[369] Ulefone U692,[370] Nibiru Mars One H1,[371] Mlais MX69w,[372] Mlais Note Pro,[373] MPIE MP-809T Octa-Core,[374] MPIE I9200 Octa-Core,[375] Voto X6,[376] Ulefone U7,[377] Tengda S5,[378] THL 5000,[379] i-mobile IQ X OKU,[380] Chuwi VX3,[381] TCL S725T,[382] iNew I4000s,[383] 100+ V6,[384] Wiko Highway,[385] Allview X2 Soul[386] iOcean X8 review,[387] Huawei Honor 3X Pro,[388] Jiake JK2,[389] Newman K1S,[390] Tengda G8800,[391] Eton Raytheon,[392] Oppo N1 mini[393]
MT6592M[394] 1.4 GHz octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 Mali-450 MP4 @ 600 MHz[63] 2014 Lenovo A850+,[395] Xiaomi Redmi Note MT6592M,[396] Lenovo Legend Gold Fighter S8,[397] Lenovo S898T+ 8 GB,[345] TCL Meme Da[351]
MT6591 Up to 1.5 GHz hexa-core ARM Cortex-A7 Mali-450 MP4 @ 700 MHz[63] 32-bit dual-channel LPDDR2 or LPDDR3 GSM, GPRS, UMTS, HSPA+, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA Q1 2014 Karbonn Titanium Hexa,[284][398] Amoi A955T,[399] iNew V8,[400] Allview P7 Seon,[401] Micromax A190 Canvas HD Plus[402]
MT6595 ARMv7 2.1–2.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A17 and 1.7 GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 (ARM big.LITTLE with GTS) 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 PowerVR 6200 (Rogue, 2 clusters) @ 600 MHz 32-bit dual-channel 933 MHz LPDDR3 (14.9 GB/sec) WCDMA, TD-SCDMA, GSM, FDD/TDD-LTE, CMCC 3G, CMCC 4G and TD-LTE[403] Q1 2014 Alcatel Onetouch D820
MT6595M[404] 2.0 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 and 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 (ARM big.LITTLE with GTS) 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 PowerVR 6200 (Rogue, 2 clusters) @ 450 MHz WCDMA, TD-SCDMA, GSM, FDD/TDD-LTE, CMCC 3G, CMCC 4G and TD-LTE Q1 2014
MT6595 Turbo[404] 2.4–2.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 and 1.7 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 (ARM big.LITTLE with GTS) 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 PowerVR 6200 (Rogue, 2 clusters) @ 600 MHz WCDMA, TD-SCDMA, GSM, FDD/TDD-LTE, CMCC 3G, CMCC 4G and TD-LTE Q1 2014
MT6752[405] ARMv8-A (64-bit) 1.7 GHz octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 Mali-T760 MP4 @ 700 MHz 32-bit single-channel 800 MHz LPDDR3 (6.4 GB/sec) GSM, UMTS, GPRS, HSPA+, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA, LTE Cat 4 Q3 2014
MT6795[406] 2.2 GHz octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 PowerVR G6200 @ 700 MHz 32-bit dual-channel 933 MHz LPDDR3 (14.9 GB/sec) GSM, UMTS, GPRS, HSPA+, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA, LTE Cat 4 Q4 2014
  1. ^ Although MediaTek advertises the MT6592 platform as supporting LTE (4G), the modem inside the MT6592 chip itself does not support LTE.
Modem processors[edit]
Model number fab Wireless radio technologies Compatible with Released Utilizing devices
MT6290[407] 28 nm LTE R9 (4G), DC-HSPA+, W-CDMA, TD-SCDMA, EDGE and GSM/GPRS MT6592, MT6582 Q1 2014 Vodafone Smart 4 Power[279]

Standalone application and tablet processors[edit]

Model Number CPU instruction set CPU CPU cache GPU Memory technology Wireless radio technologies Released Utilising devices
MT8317 ARMv7 1.0 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 522 MHz[63] 2013
MT8317T ARMv7 1.2 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 PowerVR SGX531 Ultra @ 522 MHz[63] 2013 QMobile Noir A110,[408] QMobile Noir A120,[409] QMobile Noir A75,[410] Acer Iconia B1[411]
MT8312[412] ARMv7 1.3 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 256 KB L2 Mali-400 @ 500 MHz[63] Multi-mode Rel. 8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS 1H 2014 Luxpad™ 6718; Odys Connect, Acer Iconia B1-721 3G[413]
MT8382[414] ARMv7 1.6 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7[415] 256 KB L2 Mali-400 MP2 @ 500 MHz[63] Multi-mode Rel. 8 HSPA+/TD-SCDMA, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS 1H 2014 Acer Iconia A1-713[415], Lenovo Tab A7-50 3G
MT8125[417] ARMv7 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 1 MB L2 PowerVR SGX544 @ 300 MHz 32-bit LPDDR2/DDR3L 1H 2013 ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7[417]
MT8389 / MT8389T ARMv7 1.2 / 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 1 MB L2 PowerVR SGX544 @ 286/357 MHz[63] 32-bit LPDDR2/DDR3L 3G 1H 2013 Lenovo IdeaTab S6000H[418]
MT8121[419][420] ARMv7 1.3 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 PowerVR SGX544 @ 156 MHz[63] WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS 2H 2013 Lenovo A8-50 WiFi,[420] Lenovo A10-70 WiFi[421]
MT8127[422][423][424] ARMv7 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 512 KB L2 Mali-450 MP4 @ 600 MHz[63] 32-bit 666 MHz DDR3 (5.3 GB/s)[423] WiFi, Bluetooth, FM, GPS 2014 ALCATEL ONETOUCH PIXI 8,[422] Cube U25GT (new version)[424]
MT8135[425] ARMv7 1.7 GHz ARM Cortex-A15 and 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A7[425] PowerVR G6200 (2 clusters) @ 600 MHz[63] 2014
MT8117 ARMv7 1.2 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 PowerVR SGX544 1H 2014 Alcatel Pixi 7
MT8392[426] ARMv7 2.0 GHz octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 32 KB L1, 1 MB L2 Mali-450 MP4 @ 700 MHz[63] TBD 1H 2014 Cube Talk9X U65GT[427]

Wireless connectivity SoC[edit]

  • MT6630 (2014) is a five-in-one combo wireless SoC integrating dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, advanced Wi-Fi Direct and Miracast support, Bluetooth 4.1, ANT+, tri-band GPS and FM transceiver. It is intended to be paired with chips like the MT6595 octa-core smartphone processor which features an integrated 4G modem but no built-in WiFi/Bluetooth/GPS/FM functionality. It could also be used in tablets in conjunction with a stand-alone application processor.[32]

GNSS modules[edit]

Global navigation satellite system (GNSS) modules.

IEEE 802.11[edit]

As a result of the merger with Ralink, MediaTek has added wireless network interface controllers for IEEE 802.11-standards, and SoCs with MIPS CPUs to its product portfolio.

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