At the 2020 UNISOC Spring Online Conference held today, Hisense Electronics released Hisense's first 5G smartphone F50, equipped with UNISOC's first 5G dual-mode processor.
Hisense F50 is equipped with UNISOC Tiger T7510. This processor is a combination of UNISOC's first 5G baseband chip Ivy V510 + Tiger T710.
The Tiger T710 uses an 8-core CPU architecture, consisting of four 2.0GHz Arm Cortex-A75s and four 1.8GHz Arm Cortex-A55s. It is equipped with an IMG PowerVR GM 9446 graphics processor operating at 800MHz.
Tiger T710 contains CPU, GPU, NPU, ISP, VDSP and other processing units.
Ivy 510 baseband adopts TSMC's 12nm process technology, supports multiple 5G key technologies, and a single chip supports 2G/3G/4G/5G multiple communication modes. It conforms to the latest 3GPP R15 standard specifications, supports Sub-6GHz frequency band, and 100MHz bandwidth. A highly integrated, high performance, low power 5G baseband chip.
Thanks to the Ivy 510, the Hisense mobile phone F50 can support both 5G SA networking and NSA networking.
Hisense mobile phone F50 is equipped with a large 5010mAh battery, 18W fast charge, and equipped with an 8mm heat pipe for heat dissipation.
At present, Hisense has not announced the market price and release time of the F50.