The chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi Mi 5c, have become the fourth smatphone maker in the world and second in China to develop in-houe chipset. The company has announced on Tuesday that it has developed its own processor, called Surge S1.
Surge S1 Octa-core processor
The Surge S1, is an octa-core 64-bit processor (2.2GHz quad-core A53 + 1.4GHz quad-core A53) that runs up to 2.2GHz at max frequency. Moreover, Mi 5c will be the first Xiaomi phone to be powered by its new chipset.
Xiaomi’s Surge S1 is built on the 28nm High Performance Computing (HCP) process, and comes with a Mali-T860 quad-core GPU and a 14-bit dual ISP for “enhanced image processing capabilities.”
The chipset scores an Antutu score of 64,817, notes the company. The company claims that the Surge ISP algorithm inside is claimed to improve camera light sensitivity by 150 per cent to achieve better low light photos.
Xiaomi Mi 5c
The all new Mi 5c comes with an all-metal body and the phone weighs around 132 g and 7.09mm in thickness and a 5.15-inch display with 550-nit brightness.
The smartphones also comes with 3GB of Ram and 64GB internal memory. It also bears a rear camera of 12-megapixel with 1.25 micron ‘large’ pixel size along with a 8-megapixel front camera. The phone is also powered with a massive 2,860mAh battery with support of 9V/2A fast charging.