MediaTek MT6750 vs Snapdragon 625

MediaTek MT6750 vs Snapdragon 625 Review Specifications & Phones List

MediaTek MT6750 and  Snapdragon 625 are the two processors that power the super-mid range smartphones. If you are wondering which one is better MediaTek MT6750 or the Snapdragon 625? You are at the right place. Here we have done detailed review and comparison of both the SoC. Read along to kn0w how these two SOC’s compare, MediaTek MT6750 vs. Snapdragon 625.

MediaTek MT6750  was launched in the second quarter of 2016 and just a few months after the launch of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625. But does the MediaTek 6750 beats the Snapdragon 625? Let’s find out.

Also Read: List of Phones Expected with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660

MediaTek MT6750 vs Snapdragon 625 SoC

MediaTek MT6750 is an octa-core processor with a 64-bit architecture. It is divided into two different clusters. The first set has four four ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1 GHz frequency and the second set has four Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.5 GHz used for performing heavy tasks like gaming and multitasking.

Whereas, the Snapdragon 625 is also an eight ARM Cortex-A53 CPU with frequency up to 2 GHz. It uses a 14nm FinFET Process, a better GPU Adreno 506. That’s makes it better than the MT6750 regarding battery life. MediaTek MT6750 uses 28 nm HPM manufacturing process that’s why there is more power consumption in this SoC than the SD 625.

Source: Qualcomm

Moreover, when it comes to gaming Mali-T860 MP2 GPU used in the MediaTek MT6750 is not as good as the Adreno 510 GPU. MT6750 supports fast charging via the MediaTek PumpExpress 2.0 Technology while the Snapdragon comes with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 support.

MediaTek MT6750 supports single-channel LPDDR3 memory module with a maximum memory of 4 GB, while the Snapdragon 650 supports Dual-Channel LPDDR3 memory module, and support a maximum memory of up to 4 GB. Here again, Snapdragon 625 got a plus point.

Snapdragon has 1080*1920 pixels maximum on device display support. Whereas, the MT6750 has a 720p maximum on device display support. MT6750 has a Dual Image Signal Processor and can support a maximum [email protected][email protected]24FPS. On the other hand, Snapdragon 625 supports up to 24 MP camera with dual image sensor processor. You are intelligent enough to find out which one wins here.

Both the processors come with LTE support in both SIM. Let’s compare them to the GeekBench scores. While comparing the Redmi Note 4X and Lenovo P2 (powered by Snapdragon 625) with the Vivo V5 and Oppo F1s, Snapdragon wins the battle. It doesn’t only have better performance, but it is also more power efficient.

The MediaTek MT6750 is cheaper than the Snapdragon 625. But the phones equipped with the MediaTek MT6750 are a bit costlier. So if we have to choose a phone between the MT6750 SoC and Snapdragon SoC, we will go for SD 625, if there is not much price difference between the two.

MediaTek MT6750 vs Snapdragon 625 
Features MediaTek MT6750 Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625
 CPU Architecture  64-bit  64-bit
 Core Configuration 4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.5GHz+
4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.0 GHz
8 Cortex A53 cores at up to 2 GHz.
 GPU  Mali-T860 MP2  Adreno 506
Manufacturing Technology  28nm HPM  14 nm LPP
 Max Memory  4 GB  4 GB
 Memory Type  Single-Channel LPDDR3  Double-Channel LPDDR3
 Camera  [email protected] and [email protected]  Up to 24 MP
 Maximum On-Device
Display Support
 720p HD  1080p Full HD
 Fast Charging  MediaTek PumpExpress 2.0  Quick Charge 3.0

List of Phones with Snapdragon 625 Processor (Check Price & Availability on Marketplace)

List of Phones with MediaTek MT6750 Processor (Check Price & Availability on Marketplace)

Conclusion:

Do note that this is not a superset of all the phones, but only a sub set. The Android ecosystem is vast and making a full list can sometimes be difficult.

We hope you like our MediaTek MT6750 vs. Snapdragon 625 comparison. For any questions or suggestions, feel free to drop us a comment below.

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