MediaTek formally released the new Cortex-A17 CPU architecture, in fact the basis of the previous A12 architecture comes with a little improvement, locate the mainstream of the mid-market.

A17 architecture! MediaTek MT6595 run of first exposure

MediaTek responsibility and simultaneously launched the world’s first A17 processor architecture “MT6595”, Equipped with eight-core, four A17 (2.2-2.5GHz), four A7 (1.7GHz), consisting of a dual-architecture system. LITTLE and integrated PowerVR 6 GPU.

As mobile phones based on MT6595, currently only know LG G3. It originally planned to adopt LG own design “Odin”, but somehow changed his mind, but also in the mainstream chip flagship phone with this really cannot understand.

So, MT6595 performance like? Now there GFXBench test database in its presence, can Benevolence.

GFXBench any information corresponding device model is not listed, but directly dubbed “Mediatek MT6595”, you can see the Android 4.4.2 operating system, 4.6-inch 1080p display, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, 12-megapixel rear camera (support for 4K video capture), 700-megapixel front camera and so on.

Processor clocked marked as 1.9GHz, GPU graphics core will just say PowerVR Rogue Han but no exact numbers, according to the Code is G6200 series, two arrays, support for OpenGL ES 3.0.



Performance, “Manhattan” link just ran native resolution, true only slightly 6.4FPS, very general, more demanding “T-Rex” link did not pass.

The underlying test includes ALU integer calculations, Alpha hybrid drive overload, fill rate, etc., looks and Samsung Exynos 5422 in the integrated ARM Mali-T628MP6 similar grades.

Compare Unfortunately, GFXBench mainly on GPU graphics performance, and no dedicated CPU project, do not know exactly what level A17, much more than can improve A9, is not really comparable to A15.

MediaTek MT6595 3D Graphic performance


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