After Helio G90 last year, MediaTek has just unveiled two new smartphone chipsets for mobile games: Helio G70 and G80. This chip will be available in India soon after this month and will include many game specifications that are optimized for more affordable gaming phones.
MediaTek calls these chips “premium,” but middle class, so they might be aimed at middle-class gaming phones – niche in niche. Both have an 8-core,12nm design with two “big” Cortex A75 cores up to 2GHz, paired with six “small” Cortex A55 processors up to 1.8GHz and GPU “Mali-G52” up to 950 MHz. The two SoCs can be paired with RAM of up to 8 GB. The difference between the two chipsets is not immediately clear.
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In addition to basic hardware specifications, MediaTek has won the secret HyperEngine game sauce, which promises some additional functions, e.g. Smarter/intelligent dynamic switching between Wi-Fi and LTE as a source of game data when your connection is weak, and improved resource management. Other advantages include VoW (Wake-Up Voice), support for multiple cameras, hardware EIS and rolling shutter compensation – nothing new, but an impressive middle class chip.
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