MediaTek releases 1st true octa-core processor
28 Jul 2013
MediaTek has basically released the world's initial true octa-core processing unit. The most recent SoCs enables all of the eight cores to work at the same time, in contrast to the Samsung execution, that may activate approximately 50 % of its CPU cores simultaneously. The true octa-core processors provide you improved performance, efficiency and also enhanced user experience.
The MediaTek true octa-core processing unit allocates processing ability to various cores on per-application and per-task schedule which gives the supreme multi-tasking experience. The latest improvement to the MediaTek SoCs includes enhanced web browser which has the unique capability to allocate separate browser tabs to PROCESSOR cores.
The cpu has also the capability to assign user input to separate cores and renders 3 DIMENSIONAL effects much more smoothly and improves the graphical user interface. The multiple-threaded development in the cpu allows enhanced video framerate processing, that gives outstanding game playing experiences.
Finally, the octa cpu comes with an effective video play-back function which decreases that battery used for decoding HEVC FHD video by simply a lot as 18% as compared with the existing quad-core cpus. The octa-core solution likewise gives 20% more frames throughout display mode.
Unfortunately, there is no word on the specifications and the launch date of the true octa-core processors.