The T765 5G Is Unisoc’s New Mid-range 5G Chip Platform, Which It Quietly Unveiled
Though they may not be as well-known as Qualcomm or MediaTek in the chipset industry, Unisoc is by no means a newcomer. They are well-known for creating reasonably priced smartphone platforms, which are particularly well-liked in South Asia. Additionally, the Unisoc T765 5G, their most recent product, was surreptitiously unveiled today. In 2024, this 5G processor is probably going to power smartphones in the midrange.
Overview of the Unisoc T765 5G
The T765 has six A55 cores clocked at 2.1GHz and two A76 cores clocked at 2.3GHz. It is constructed using a 6nm EUV (TSMC) technology. Up to 2133 MHz of LPDDR4x memory is supported, and eMMC5.1, UFS 3.1, and UFS 2.2 standards can be used for storage. With this combo, daily work and even some light gaming should run smoothly.
The graphics processing unit is an Arm Mali-G57 MC2 GPU with an 850MHz clock speed. Additionally, the processor supports FHD+ screens with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Additionally, HDR 10+ and VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) technologies are supported.
Regarding optics, the T765 has a 4-core ISP (2 main + 2 auxiliary) architecture and the most recent Vivimagic 6.0 image engine from Unisoc. This means that high-resolution cameras—with a primary sensor of up to 108 MP or a flexible triple-camera arrangement with 64 MP, 20 MP, and 13 MP sensors—will be supported.
Along with these amazing camera features, Unisoc has included HDR camera technology, multi-frame noise reduction, AI-powered scene recognition, and portrait mode.
Thanks to its support for all 2G to 5G network modes, the T765 is also future-proof. Additionally, it has a 130MHz bandwidth and 5G dual-carrier aggregation technology for higher communication speeds. It also supports VoWiFi for crystal-clear calls over Wi-Fi, dual-SIM dual-VoNR for smooth voice calls, and both SA and NSA 5G modes.