Unisoc unveils T765 chip for mid-range devices

Unisoc quietly launched a new mid-range 5G mobile platform, the Unisoc T765, that promises to deliver an upgraded visual-audio experience for consumers.

The T765 is a 6nm octa-core processor that consists of two ARM Cortex-A76 cores clocked at up to 2.3 GHz and six ARM Cortex-A55 cores clocked at up to 2.1 GHz. It also features a Mali-G57 MC2 GPU and support for UFS 3.1 storage and LPDDR4x memory.

According to the T65’s product page, the new chip supports up to 108MP camera, 4K high-definition video recording and playback, FHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rate, and 5G dual-SIM dual-standby capabilities. It also boasts a Vivimagic 6.0 image engine, a quad-core ISP architecture, a dedicated XDR multi-frame and multi-exposure shooting capability for super night mode, and various AI-enhanced functions such as noise reduction, smart PA power amplifier, face detection, bokeh, and gesture control.

For connectivity, the T765’s 5G modem supports TDD+FDD CA in the sub-6GHz spectrum with 130MHz bandwidth, as well as SA and NSA networking modes, dual SIM dual VoNR, and VoWiFi. It also claims to offer coverage enhancement for all scenarios, from 2G to 5G networks.

Unisoc has not announced any official partners or devices that will use the T765 chip, but some reports suggest that it may power some upcoming devices from vivo, OPPO, and realme.

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