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MediaTek to Unveil 3 Ultra Affordable 4G LTE CPUs

Hope you all knew, MediaTek is one among the toughest competitor to the Qualcomm (the semiconductor giant), which is the leading chipset maker for Smartphones across the globe. The chipset are one among the crucial factors that determines the cost of the mobiles for sure. Right through the emergence of MediaTek in the industry, the cost of the Smartphones are certainly dropped to certain reasonable extent. You seriously don’t want to break any of your saving plans to experience the better Smartphones from any big players in the market for sure. It all happened with respect to the cheaper and efficient chipset makers, and thanks to MediaTek for making a few.

Plenty of Perfectly Usable device under $100:
MediaTek to Unveil 3 Ultra Affordable 4G LTE CPUs
MediaTek to Unveil 3 Ultra Affordable 4G LTE CPUs
If you come over any of the online or offline market, there are plenty of Smartphones available at the rate of just $100, where it offers complete performance to the cost and definitely meet your anticipations towards the price.

MediaTek to unveil 3 New Chipset with 4G LTE support:

According to certain unofficial report, MediaTek is ready with their new Silicon lineup to power the low end devices with impressive features, especially with the 4G LTE support for sure. This could be available at the rate of just $50!

MediaTek MT6738 is the Cheapest 4G LTE CPU:
MediaTek to Unveil 3 Ultra Affordable 4G LTE CPUs
MediaTek MT6738 is the Cheapest 4G LTE CPU
The MT6738 CPU is the cheapest among the upcoming trio of MediaTek CPUs. This chipset uses the Cortex A53 chipset that are made to run at the rate of 1.5GHz indeed. The graphics support offered by the Mali T860 GPU. Interestingly, this CPU offers support to the HD display and 4GB RAM along with 13MP Rear camera technically. The support towards the Cat.6 LTE is the major advantage associated with this CPU.

MediaTek MT6750 CPU:

The MT6750 is something the midrange segment mobiles could have, as it has powerful 8 cores from the Cortex A53 chipset. The graphics card is enabled with the Mali T860 GPU, where the screen resolution is restricted to support just the same HD. The camera section is bit extended to support up to 16MP at the rear end.

MediaTek MT6750T T Model:


This is the last variant among the upcoming MediaTek processors, where the screen resolution is extended to support Full HD. This T model device is capable of supporting the graphics with the same Mali T860 MP2 GPU as you could experience with the above mentioned chipset.

There isn't any official words about the releasing of these chipset in the market. Just stay around us for the reliable information about the same. 

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