Allwinner’s A83T: a Heavyweight Octa-Core for Full HD Tablets

The first octa-core tablet for middle range tablet market sporting Allwinner A83T is to hit in Q4 2014.
Source: Allwinner press release [Sept 4, 2014]

Allwinner Technology, a leader in mobile application processor design, today proudly announced its brand-new high performance octa-core processor A83T, a heavyweight that targeted at full high-definition tablets.
imageBased on TSMC’s industry-leading 28nm HPC process, A83T is designed to be a high performance but extremely power-efficient octa-core processor.  For that reason, A83T packs eight highly energy-efficient Cortex-A7 cores that could run simultaneously at around 2.0GHz, and implements the advanced big.LITTLE architecture to maximize the battery life.  Imaginations Technology’s outstanding PowerVR GPU is also combined in A83T to deliver the best balance between graphic processing performance and power consumption.

“Octa-core is leading the market now, so after the remarkable UltraOcta A80, we’re here to release another extraordinary octa-core A83T for middle range tablet market,” said Jack Lee, the Chief Marketing Officer of Allwinner, “The system performance of Allwinner A83T octa core is definitely impressive, but that’s not all. Our customers and consumers will be amazed by its extremely low power consumption as well, which even outperforms most quad-core tablet processors in the market. ”

Another noteworthy feature of A83T is its implementation of Allwinner’s next-gen SmartColor technology, Allwinner’s latest achievements in display technology, which helps to deliver splendid image quality with higher resolutions, providing tablet consumers with eye-pleasing visual effects.

Last but not least, the first octa-core tablet sporting Allwinner A83T is to hit in Q4 2014.

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