MediaTek Helio X30 Processor Officially Make Public

After several months of hyping the MediaTek X30 processor, the company finally decided to unwrap it to the public, they have decided to give more detailed information regarding the new processor it has been working on and as well state the difference between the new chip and the former

However, one of the major adjustment or should i say edge the new chip has over its predecessors is the fact that it has been beat down to about 10nm (nanometers) as against 20nm we use to see on previous chips.

Interestingly, the new MediaTek Helio X30 Processor supports more memory, thereby improving functionality,it also supports faster CPU cores, and of course faster solid state storage, the new chipest is also believed to save power consumption up to 53%

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MediaTek Helio X30

The Helio X30 processor promises up to 43% better performance than the Helio X20, that being said, the new chip also supports higher-resolution cameras of about 28-megapixel dual ISPs which can be used to record 4K video, as a matter of fact, the new processor is an all encompassing upgrade to it predecessors.

Without any further ado, why don't we take a critical look at some of the features of the new Helio X30 Processor shall we, thereafter you can check the image below to see the different between this and the former

MediaTek Helio X30 Processor Specs



MediaTek Helio X30 Processor
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As stated above, you can easily deduce that the new chip is no doubt coming with killer new graphics, improved audio, and of course a faster sensor processor, interestingly, the two ARM Cortex-A73 CPU cores promises higher performance when in use,and its said to power-off when not in use, literally saving power of up to 53%

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As stated earlier, the MediaTek Helio X30 Processor can support more memory up to 8GB of RAM with its four LPDDR4X bays,the chip also supports dual-cameras up to 28MP, we expect to see devices come with this high performing processors to be released in the first quarter of 2017

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