Analyst tries to predict Helio X30 specs

Analyst tries to predict Helio X30 specs

The famous smartphone analyst Pan Jiutang, known for accurately predicting the tech specs of various upcoming smartphones, has shared his opinion on the upcoming MediaTek Helio X30 smartphone SoC. According to him, the new chip will be made on a very advanced 10 nm tech process and will have 10 processing cores.

Just like in the older Helio X20 and Helio X25 processors, four of the integrated Cortex-A35 cores will run only for solving simple tasks, while demanding tasks will be tackled by the still upcoming Artemis cores. The clock speeds are as follows: the four ARM Cortex-A35 cores will run at 2.0 GHz, while four Cortex-A53 cores will operate at 2.2 GHz. Helio X30 will also have two Artemis cores that will operate at the impressive 2.8 GHz. The chip is also expected to support up to 8 GB of RAM, a dual camera setup, up to 26 MP rear cameras, LTE and include a PowerVR graphics core. According to preliminary estimates, the Helio X30gets 160 000 points in AnTuTu, which makes it faster than the Snapdragon 820 processor, which gets 130 000 points.

The new Helio X30 chip will be put to good use next year. It is expected that the new SoC will power future high-end smartphones only.

Source: Phonearena.com

Related posts

Samsung unveils Galaxy S Duos smartphone

The South Korean tech giant Samsung has officially introduced Galaxy S Duos – a new company smartphone that comes with support for two SIM cards and hardware specs that position it right in the middle of the pack. The new Samsung smartphone sports a 4-inch TFT display working...

Dell’s Studio One 19 All-in-One System

Dell announced the Studio One 19, a beautiful all-in-one computer that looks just as good in the living room as it does the kitchen. The optional touch capability provides the optimal experience for moms and their kids as they peruse photos from Spring Break and other family...

Realtek creates new LAN chip to battle Intel and Qualcomm

Realtek creates new LAN chip to battle Intel and Qualcomm

Years ago most new motherboards came with on-board Realtek LAN chips and they worked fine. Unfortunately for the company in the past few years Realtek LAN chips have slowly but surely given market share to new rivals – Intel and Qualcomm – which designed and then offered rather successful own...

Leave a comment