- It supports 8k resolution
- MediaTek has introduced the new processor with many innovations in different departments
- The chipset will be official globally next year
The popular mobile chipset maker MediaTek has unveiled its latest processor called MediaTek Pentonic 2000 and the same is not meant for smartphones but it is developed for smart televisions. MediaTek has introduced the latest processor with innovative approaches and the same will reflect in different areas like connectivity along with display and more. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the newly announced chipset for smart televisions.
Everything about MediaTek Pentonic 2000
The newly announced MediaTek Pentonic 2000 is the world’s first commercial TV chip which is based on TSMC’s N7 (7nm-class) process, and the chipset is coming with a different level of performance as well as efficiency. The chipset can offer 8K along with a 120Hz display and the same will support 144Hz gaming PCs and the latest-gen consoles.
MediaTek Pentonic 2000 chipset is also coming with the support for MEMC and the processor also coming with the MediaTek APU and which is capable of upscale lower resolution content. It also features MediaTek’s Intelligent View technology and which is capable of multiple picture-in-picture (PiP) or picture-by-picture (PbP) screens.
It is also claimed that the chipset can offer the TV industry’s fastest CPU and GPU, and the processor is paired with an ultra-wide memory bus and ultra-fast UFS 3.1 storage. It is also coming with the MediaTek’s Wi-Fi 6E as well as 5G cellular modems.
Speaking about the availability of the latest MediaTek Pentonic 2000 chip, it is expected that the company will make the processor available globally by next year.
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