It is a known fact that Qualcomm and MediaTek are the leading mobile chip companies in the world. Apart from HUAWEI HiSilicon, Apple, and Samsung, there’s also another player called UNISOC. This company’s chipsets are mostly found in entry-level smartphones sold in developing countries.
But earlier this year in February, the Chinese chipmaker UNISOC (formerly Spreadtrum) announced Tiger T7520 as the world’s first 6nm EUV 5G SoC for smartphones. Later in June, news broke out this chipset will enter mass-production in 2020 itself, and handsets powered by it will release in early 2021.
Now, months later, Zhou Chen, the Executive Vice President of UNISOC revealed in an interview (via Sina Tech) that smartphones featuring Tiger T7520 chipset will be mass-produced next year. But he did not say when and hence, we are not sure if these devices will release in the first half or second half of 2021.
Anyway, to know the complete specs and features of UNISOC Tiger T7520, do read our announcement coverage from nearly seven months ago.
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