28 Feb '17, 12pm

Xiaomi announces its own chipset Surge S1

Xiaomi just announced that it will be making its own chipset, Surge S1. This makes Xiaomi the 4th smartphone manufacturer in the world to design and develop its own chipset in-house. Surge S1 uses a high-performance octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 64-bit processor with four 2.2GHz cores and four 1.4Ghz cores. Xiaomi claims that it is 40% more power efficient than the last generation Mali GPU. Xiaomi also announced the Mi 5C smartphone which is powered by Surge S1 chipset. The Mi 5C is currently only available in China. No news on when we will see a Surge S1 smartphone in Singapore yet. Related posts: Xiaomi announces ‘Make in India’ plans Budget phone Redmi from Xiaomi coming to Singapore Uber surge pricing during SMRT train disruption Xiaomi Yi Action Camera Xiaomi sold 2.12 million phones during Mi Fan Festival 2015

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