Introducing Helio G25 and G35 – MediaTek gaming chips for the low end of the market

Introducing Helio G25 and G35 – MediaTek gaming chips for the low end of the market

Introducing Helio G25 and G35 – MediaTek gaming chips for the low end of the market

News unit It was the end of July 2019 when the Mediatek company unveiled from two powerful chipsets called Helio G90 and G90T, while establishing the new G series in its product portfolio, officially Entered the world of gaming chipsets. G90 and G90T are among MediaTek’s flagship chips. After some time, this Taiwanese company to enrich its gaming chipset series, G80,G70 and recently produced the G85 for use in mid-range phones. Now, MediaTek – which considers itself to be the fourth largest company without a semiconductor manufacturing plant in the world – on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 (10 July 2019), produced two more chips in the G series, named Helio G25 and G35 notified

According to Yenchi Lee, internal vice president of MediaTek’s wireless communications business unit, users in various market segments currently prefer mobile games as entertainment. In this regard, Mediatek is also trying to respond to the high demand for competitively priced gaming smartphones by expanding the G series chips. It’s true that the G25 and G35 chips are aimed at the low end of the market, but according to Yinchi Li, advanced features such as high energy efficiency, optimized performance, smooth gameplay and enhanced photography – seen in other members of the G family – These new chips are also found.

Both the G25 and G35 chips are based on 12nm lithography, although the G35 is slightly more powerful. The G25 chip consists of 8 Cortex-A53 processing cores with a maximum clock speed of 2 GHz, and its graphics processing unit is the IMG PowerVR GE8320 with a frequency of 650 MHz. The G35 also contains the same 8 Cortex-A53 cores, with the difference that the clock speed of the cores here has increased to 2.3 GHz. Similarly, the GPU type has not changed in the G35 chip, but its frequency has been increased to 680 MHz.

According to Mediatek, the advanced 12nm FinFET lithography in these two chipsets has optimized the amount of consumption in them. According to Mediatek, HyperEngine technology with intelligent energy management will increase battery life and reduce consumption – even during long-term games. Mediatek claims that the advanced HyperEngine technology, with intelligent resource management, can guarantee stable and smooth performance – even in heavy tasks. When the Wi-Fi signal is weak, this technology synchronizes between Wi-Fi and LTE within milliseconds, providing a lag-free connection. Considering that the G25 and G35 are gaming chips, they allow the user to easily reject incoming calls and postpone them to another time while playing. Intelligent and dynamic management of CPU, GPU and memory is one of the other features of HyperEngine technology.

MediaTek’s new chipsets include a hardware depth engine (to create a bokeh effect with two cameras) and can be used in making smartphones equipped with multiple cameras. Smartphones using the G25 can have two 13-megapixel and 8-megapixel cameras, or a 21-megapixel camera with zero shutter lag (ZSL). But smartphones equipped with G35 support two 13-megapixel cameras or one 25-megapixel ZSL camera. It should be noted that both chipsets have artificial intelligence capabilities and can create a simulated bokeh effect.

Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) and RSC (Rotary Shutter Compensation) support in these two chipsets can prevent video distortion (jello effect) in motion recording as well as panning video. slow The new MediaTek chipsets create the potential for smartphone makers to equip the device’s camera with a variety of artificial intelligence features, including beautification and a smart photo album, while increasing the accuracy of bokeh effects.

G25 and G35 chips have an integrated 4G LTE WorldMode modem and while supporting two 4G SIM cards, they provide the possibility of establishing VoLTE/ViLTE on both SIM cards. According to Mediatek’s claim, the smart antenna technology – called MediaTek TAS 2.0 – in these two chips, actively detects the quality of the signal and provides the best connection with the lowest amount of consumption to the user. Additionally, the simultaneous coexistence of Wi-Fi 5 and integrated Bluetooth 5 dramatically increases throughput and connection stability when using Wi-Fi and wireless accessories (such as headphones and gamepads).

The new MediaTek chipsets support up to 6 GB of RAM (LPDDR4X type). It should be noted that smartphones equipped with G25 can have displays with a maximum resolution of 720×1600 and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. Meanwhile, smartphones that use the G35 chip support displays with a maximum resolution of 1080 x 2400 and with the same 60 Hz refresh rate. Needless to say, Redmi 9A smartphone with Helio G25 chip has been introduced recently. Helio G35 chip for the first time in a smartphone


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