Last year, Sony unveiled the first in its range smartphone using processing power provided by the Taiwanese company MediaTek. Speaking about Sony Xperia C, which is not officially debuted on the Polish market. According to information provided by Digitimes, it was not a one-time fling.

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Apparently Sony wants to create a smartphone that runs under Google's Android, which provide computing power 64-bit MediaTek MT6732 with four cores based on the ARM architecture Cortex-A53, which are characterized by a maximum clock frequency of 1.5 GHz. Will be responsible for the graphics, while a new generation of GPU Mali-T760 which supports Open GL ES 3.0 and Open CL 1.2, video playback Full HD video, as well as 13-megapixel main camera. The SoC also has a built-in modem 4G LTE (cat.4) supports data rates with a maximum speed of 150 Mbps dual-band network card working in a standard ac and Bluetooth 4.0 LE. Looking solely on the characteristics of the SoC, we can assume that Sony will offer its customers a pretty interesting device. And that was a lot to choose from, the market will be not one but as many as five proposals with the Sony logo on the cover, which will use the MediaTek MT6732 processor. The premiere is scheduled only for 2015, since the mass production of 64-bit CPUs (4-core MT6732 and MT6752 8-core) will begin in the third quarter of this year. Source: DigiTimes