MediaTek going all out in the production of their next processing chipset
In the game of creation of processors for mobile devices and smartphones, QUALCOMM is in a league of their own as they have single headedly dominated this market for a very long time now. With the launch of the all-powerful Snapdragon 820 chipset last year, they were threatening to pull very clear of competition but one particular competitor, MediaTek, would be having none of that.
The rival processor manufacturer has now put in a new bid to start the production of the production of its new line of processors. According to confirmed reports, it would be a deca core (10 cores!) processor to be named the MediaTek Helio X30 and although we are not expecting to see this in devices until next year, we now have some official statement concerning this one.
MediaTek has learnt from experience and unlike its predecessors, the Helio X30 would have a better build.
For one, it wouldn’t be making use of only A72 and A53 cores but throw an A35 core into the mix to give the processors ability to positively influence battery life. It would also have two cores rated A73 to enable your smartphone perform the toughest of tasks easily. Expected is another set of four Cortex A53 cores at 2.2GHz and last but not least, a further four Cortex A35 clocked at 2.0GHz.
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