Mediatek unveiled its latest chip for gaming mobile phones
Taiwanese chip maker Mediatek unveiled its latest processors, Helio G90 and G90T. This chip combines 8 cores Cortex-A55 and Cortex-A76 with architecture Arm uses, which we saw in the Crane 980 Huawei with 7nm lithography. This processor with a maximum working frequency of 2.05 GHz and a graphics processor Mali-G76 with a maximum frequency 800 MHz, LTE Cat modem support. 12 and 4×4 MIMO antennas and triple aggregation of LTE carriers are available.
It should also be noted that this processor has the ability to support RAM up to 10 GB of LPDDR4 type. and supports a camera with a 64 megapixel sensor or two cameras with 24 and 16 megapixel sensors. The mentioned processor has dual voice recognition capability for voice assistants Alexa and Google Assistant is also used.
The mentioned system on a chip is Mediatek’s first experience in the field of gaming. This processor uses a combination of several features designed to enhance the gaming performance of smartphones; Mediatek named this feature HyperEngine. With HDR10 support as well as intelligent network prediction engine, this chip has the ability to switch from Wi-Fi to LTE when Wi-Fi antennas are weak. It is worth mentioning that by being equipped with a fast response engine, you will feel faster feedback when working with the screen.
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Phone 2 and Asus ROG Phone 2 Open for yourself . The mentioned phones use the flagships of Qualcomm , while MediaTek tends to be more in mid-range and budget phones such as Xiaomi and Nokia HMD have a place for themselves. With the release of the G90 series, MediaTek plans to acquire a part of the gaming market.