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The MediaTek MT8167 is a cutting-edge tablet SoC built for all-day, high-speed performance with great power efficiency. It is a highly-integrated two-chipset package, needing only AP and a PMIC unit, greatly simplifying tablet design development and time to market.

Movies, Internet browsing, and application use are made seamless and responsive thanks to the 64-bit Quad-core processing using four, 64-bit ARM Cortex-A35 cores and an Imagination PowerVR GE8300 GPU. Versus the ARM Cortex-A53, the new Cortex-A35 consumes up to 32% less battery power, allowing users to play, work or browse even longer.

The MT8167 provides support for fast DDR4 memory, USB Type-C connectivity and incorporates MiraVision, a leading MediaTek display enhancement technology.

The MT8167 platform is available in two versions, A and B. The MT8167A provides slightly higher processing and graphics performance specs, with the biggest difference being support for 1080p video decoding at 60fps (up from 30fps in the MT8167B) and support for a Full HD+ (1920x1200)

A GPS and 802.11ac module (MT6630) can easily be incorporated into the package, providing flexibility for manufactures in their designs and goals.