MediaTek presents its new processors: Helio P23 and Helio P30

We have news for two new chips, Helio P23 and Helio P30. As far as smartphone processors are concerned, Qualcomm dominates the market with its Snapdragon. In second position we find MediaTek, which despite making quality processors, has never managed to remove the low-end, medium label. Today, the company presents its new processors.

MediaTek presents its new processors: Helio P23 and Helio P30

MediaTek offers its new processors: Helio P23 and Helio P30
These are Helio P23 and Helio P30. Two processors designed for the mid-range, as confirmed by the Taiwanese company. Both processors feature eight ARM Cortex-A53 cores with clock frequency up to 2.3 GHz and an ARM Mali-G71 graphics chip. Also, both support dual cameras natively. We tell you more about these processors below.

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The first of the two is Helio P23. The maximum screen resolution that this processor supports is FHD +, which is 2,160 x 1,080 pixels in elongated format. As we have said has dual camera support. In that case, the two rear chambers can be 13 MP each. Also, mobile phones that use Helio P23 may have 4GB at 933 MHz LPDDR4x RAM or 6GB at 1600 MHz.

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As for connectivity, it is a processor that has the basics in that aspect. 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth, GLONASS, FM radio and 4G LTE connection Cat-7 DL or CAT-13 UL with VoLTE support.
The Helio P30 is stronger than its little brother regarding graphics. Also, it is also capable of working with higher resolution cameras and adds image processing functions. Thanks to that it is possible to add effects like the bokeh in real time. The main difference is that your GPU runs at 950 GHz and that the cameras can be up to 16 MP each.

Both MediaTek processors will be available in the third quarter in China. What do you think of these new processors from MediaTek?

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