The MT8365 is a highly integrated solution for connected multimedia systems. Currently most of hardware features are supported by AIoT Yocto, while others are only supported by MediaTek proprietary softwares. Please refer to the functional block diagram below for the hardware features that AIoT Yocto supports.
Supported Functional Blocks
For an overview of hardware capabilities of MT8395, please visit AIoT Developer Home page.
AIoT Yocto supports the following MT8365 device features:
Quad-core Arm® Cortex®-A53 64-bit processor
Arm Mali™-G52 MC1 3D Graphics Accelerator (GPU)
AI Processor Unit (APU) Cadence® Tensilica® VP6 processor
Dual MIPI® Camera Serial Interface (CSI)
Dual display support with MIPI DSI and DPI
Rich audio interfaces to support various microphones and speakers configurations
10/100 Ethernet MAC with RMII
Support Wi-Fi connectivity through external MT7663 SDIO module
AIoT Yocto does NOT provide official support for Bluetooth functionality on MT7663. Only the Wi-Fi connectivity features are supported.
Unsupported Function and Features
The following MT8365 device features are not available on AIoT Yocto:
Image Signal Processor (ISP)
Face Detection 5.0 (FD)
Warp Engine (WPE)
Built-In Wi-Fi®/Bluetooth®, GNSS, and FM Radio connectivity
Cadence HiFi 4 Audio Engine DSP
Display support with LVDS
Time Division Multiplexed Interface (TDM)
Sony/Philips Digital Interface (S/PDIF)
MII Ethernet MAC
NAND flash interface
AIoT Yocto does not support the built-in wireless connectivity features of MT8365 and the companion chip MT6631. Instead, an external MT7663 SDIO wireless module is used on AIoT-i350-EVK to provide wireless connectivity.