Rockchip RK3168 vs MediaTek MT8161
Rockchip RK3168► remove
The Rockchip RK3168 is a low-end ARM SoC designed primarily for smartphones. It integrates two Cortex-A9 CPU cores with NEON extension, a PowerVR SGX 540 graphics card (400 MHz) and a memory controller for low-power (LP-) DDR2/DDR3. The performance should be comparable to other similarly clocked Cortex-A9 SoCs such as the Samsung Exynos 4210. Thanks to its 28nm manufacturing, the RK3168 is relatively power efficient and should enable longer battery life.
MediaTek MT8161► remove
The MediaTek MT8161 is an ARM based entry-level to mid-range SoC for (Android based) tablets. It offers four ARM Cortex-A53 processor cores (quad-core) that are clocked with up to 1.3 GHz. Furthermore, an ARM Mali-720 graphics card, a LPDDR3 memory controller (e.g., accessing 1 GB in the Lenovo Tab 2 A8-50), Bluetooth 4.0 and dual-band 802.11 b/g/n are integrated in the SoC.
The performance is situated in the entry level of 2015 and often similar to the Kirin 910T (see benchmark below).
|Rockchip RK3168||MediaTek MT8161|
|1200 MHz||1300 MHz|
|2 / 2||4 / 4|
|PowerVR SGX 540 (400 MHz), DDR2/DDR3 Memory Controller||LP-DDR3 memory controller, 1080p video encode, 1080p video decode, embedded GPS / GLONASS / BeiDou module, Bluetooth 4.0, FM radio support, ARM Jazelle, ARM TrustZone|
|iGPU||PowerVR SGX540 (400 MHz)||ARM Mali-T720 MP2|