Unisoc single-chip systems (formerly Spreadtrum) are rare on the market, and they are very biased. That’s because at that time this company had extremely extremely low-performance platforms, and smartphones on them worked frankly poorly.
However, the company does not stand still and in February of this year introduced the SoC Tiger T7520 – the first single-chip system designed for production using the EUV 6 nm process technology. True, it has not yet entered the market, but today there was information that the mass production of SoC will begin this year, and the first smartphones based on it will be released at the beginning of the next.
Potentially, this platform looks pretty good. In addition to being manufactured using a very modern process technology, it contains a 5G modem, four Cortex-A76 cores, four Cortex-A55 and Mali-G57 GPUs. The solution supports 4K screens, screens with a frame frequency of 120 Hz and Dual-SIM Dual-5G technology.
It is unlikely that the Tiger T7520 will immediately gain great popularity, but it is this platform that can become a turning point for Unisoc if users realize that smartphones based on it work no worse than based on the decisions of more famous companies.