UNISOC T7520 – The world’s first 6nm processor



Recently, UNISOC has announced it’s second-gen 5G SoC Tiger T7520 for mobile devices, which it claims the world’s first 6nm processor. It enables an optimized 5G experience with enhanced multimedia image processing and AI computing at low power consumption.

It is built on the 6nm EUV process and has eight cores, four Arm Cortex-A76, and four Arm Cortex-A55, but there are no details on the clock speed of the cores. In addition to that, it also comes with an Arm Mali-G57 based GPU for incredible gaming and streaming experience on 5G speeds.

In comparison to the 7nm process, the 6nm has an 18% improvement in the density of transistors due to which there is an 8% reduction in power consumption, thus allowing the battery to last longer. Steve Chu, CEO of UNISOC, said:

T7520 is built upon some of the world’s leading technologies, giving it comprehensively enhanced performance at a new low of power consumption. Its open and innovative architecture demonstrates our commitment to joining hands with partners to provide users with a superior intelligent experience.

Moreover, it supports NSA/SA networks as well as 2G, 3G, and 4G, and under SA mode, it offers uplinks speed of more than 3.25Gbps. The SoC also supports dual-SIM dual-5G and EPS Fall-back and VoNR high-resolution audio and video calls.

According to the press release, it includes a new generation NPU for enhanced performance and energy efficiency. The chipset also supports up to 120Hz refresh rates, 4K, and HDR10+ displays. Apart from all the above, it includes UNISOC’s 6th generation Vivimagic solution, a dedicated AI accelerator, a second-gen FDR(Full Dynamic Range) technology, and upgraded four-core ISP architecture to support 100MP camera.

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