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UNISOC forged partnership with realme, Motorola, and other brands

UNISOC has already collaborated with many Indian and Chinese mobile manufacturers so new phones are anticipated to come with the T610 chipset.
UNISOC forged partnership with realme, Motorola, and other brands in India
Micromax IN 2B with UNISOC's T610 chipset (Photo from GizChina)

Motorola and realme to release UNISOC-powered phones in India

A month ago, Micromax released IN 2B budget smartphone with UNISOC's T610 chipset. This chipset is an eight-core solution with a pair of Cortex-A77 cores and six Cortex-A55 cores. 

To recall, this entry-level IN 2B has a 6.52-inch LCD water-drop notch display. It is an HD+ panel with 1400 x 720 pixels resolution at 269 ppi and 400 nits of brightness. 

Under the hood, the device is powered by the Unisoc T610 chipset coupled with either 4GB RAM or 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It has a Mali-G52 MC2 GPU taking care of graphical tasks. Aside from that, has a micro SD card slot for additional memory.

The Micromax device runs by a 5,000 mAh battery with 10W charging support. The rear contains a dual-camera system of 13MP and 2MP while there's a 5MP shooter in front.

Allegedly, this is the first device to use this processor in India but UNISOC's Executive Vice President has disclosed to a source that more mobile phones with T610 chipset will arrive in the said country.

Aside from Micromax, the Chinese semiconductor company has already announced partnerships with other tech brands like HONOR, Hisense, and Telcast. The company claims that it had covered 128 countries worldwide. As of the moment, it is planning to expand its product 

Besides, Unisoc has also partnered with Honor, Hisense, and Telcast in the global market. The Chinese chip-making company has reportedly covered 128 countries around the world and is currently planning to expand its product portfolio in India with Indian mobile makers like realme and Motorola.

As Micromax launched the In 2B smartphone with T610, it is highly probable that realme and Motorola will unveil T610-powered devices in India soon.

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