Before the year ends, MediaTek will release two 64-bit LTE processors: the MT6752 (octa-core) and the MT6732 (quad-core, A53 cores, mid-end market). Recently, we saw the release of the Gionee F301 which is the first smartphone to use the MTK6732.
Regarding its specifications, the Gionee F301 uses the Android 4.4-based Amigo UI which can be upgraded to Android 5.0. As stated before, it uses the MT6732 64-bit LTE chipset which has a frequency of 1.5GHz and uses the Mali-T760 GPU which is stronger than the MT6582. It also sports a 4.7-inch HD LTPS display screen and has 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM (expandable), a 2000mAh detachable battery, and support for TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, GSM, and dual-SIM cards. It also has support for dual band WiFi and an electric compass. It also sports a 5mp front-facing camera and an 8mp rear-facing camera.
The Gionee F301 first went on sale at the Chinese online store, JD where it costs 1299 RMB (212.41 USD).