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UNISOC announces Tanggula series of 5G processors

Chinese semiconductor company, UNISOC, announced its line of Tanggula 5G chipsets. The name originated from the source of the Yangtze River.
UNISOC announces Tanggula series of 5G processors
UNISOC announced its Tanggula 5G chipsets

UNISOC Tanggula 5G chipset series now official

UNISOC Tanggula 7 series
UNISOC Tanggula 7 series

The new UNISOC Tanggula 5G series will feature four variants namely the Tanggula 6, Tanggula 7, Tanggula 8, and the flagship Tanggula 9 that is designed to take on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series.

In a more specific order, the UNISOC Tanggula 6 series will be for entry-level devices, the Tanggula 7 series will be for a "user upgrading experience", Tanggula 8 series will bring high performance, and Tanggula 9 will bring maximum performance with cutting-edge technology.

As of now, UNISOC only unveiled three Tanggula 7 series chipset. These are the UNISOC T770, T740, and T760. First. the UNISOC T770 is a 6nm 2.5GHz octa-core processor with Mali-G57 GPU, up to 108MP camera support, and up to QHD+ 60Hz screen support.

UNISOC T740 is a 6nm 2.2GHz octa-core processor with Mali-G57 GPU, FHD+ 90Hz screen support, and up to 64MP quad-camera setup support. Lastly, the UNISOC T760 is a 12nm 2.0GHz octa-core processor with PowerVR IMG9446 GPU, up to QHD+ 60Hz support, and up to 64MP camera support. All three have 5G support as well.

The UNISOC T770 will enter mass production and will be launched in July 2021. The rest of the Tanggula chipsets did not have any launch date yet.

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Source: GizmoChina

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