The popular chipset manufacturer MediaTek has launched a lot of processors in the past, that are currently being used inside a lot of smartphones. Now, the company is all set to launch two new processors in the market very soon. Yes, the company has started sending out invites to an event which is scheduled to take place in Beijing and this is where the company is expected to announce Helio P23 and Helio P30 processors.
As far as the date is concerned, this particular event is taking on August 29 and both the processors will be unveiled on that date. Now, talking about the processors, we already knew a few things about them, thanks to all the rumors. The Helio P23 is going to be built on the 16 nm process and it is said to feature an octa-core CPU. This SoC is also said to support the 2k resolution and dual camera setups. This SoC is also expected to have Cat.7 connectivity and LPDDR4X memory.
Now, talking about the other one i.e. the Helio P30, this is expected to be a much more powerful chipset in comparison to the Helio P23. In fact, this is said to be the most powerful chipset in the P series. This particular SoC is expected to be manufactured by TSMC’s 12 nm process, which is again better in comparison to the Helio P23 that we discussed earlier.
The Helio P30 will also have an octa-core CPU with four Cortex-A72 cores clocked at 1.5 GHz and the other four Cortex-A53 again at the same 1.5GHz. The connectivity expected here is Cat.10 and this means that it will offer higher download speeds of upto 600Mbps. Without any of the official info, both the chipsets appear to be quite promising and we hope to learn more about them in the coming days when they will get officially launched.
The Weibo user who leaked some info regarding this has informed that most of the major Chinese manufacturers would probably adopt the new chipset. So, customers can expect the new smartphones fitted with these SoCs by the end of this year. Having said that, we suggest you stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more detailed info on these processors. Meanwhile, you can let us know your thoughts on this by leaving a comment down below.
via – GSMArena