The MediaTek X25 (brother of MediaTek X20 ) is about to be succeeded by a current high - end processors MediaTek version. Zhu Shangzu, a senior official of the company, has revealed that the new MediaTek X30 processor will be manufactured under the process of 10 nanometers (in line with the latest processors from Samsung ) and dispense with the usual Mali-Txxx graphics processor to make way a model of the PowerVR GPU.
Although not yet produced the official announcement of this new processor, Shangzu has had no qualms about exposing in an interview many of the innovations that will bring us MediaTek X30. Let's take a closer look at the changes that will bring this processor.
MediaTek Helio X30, features confirmed
To begin with , the first novelty of MediaTek Helio X30 reside in that we are talking about a processor that will be born under the manufacturing process of 10nm, reaching up to the manufacturing process of other competing models like the Samsung Exynos. So far, the latest models X20 and X25 helium were manufactured under 20 nm process.
The MediaTek X30 Helio will remain a processor ten cores, and will be divided into two core Cortex-A73 running at 2.8 GHz in the company of two groups of four cores (Cortex-A53 / Cortex-A35) running at a clock speed of 2 /2.2 GHz. the maximum capacity of RAM compatible with this processor will be up to 8 GB (for if we had enough discussion of 6GB of RAM ) of LPDDR4 type, with support for internal memory technology UFS 2.1.
Instead of coming accompanied by the usual Mali graphics processors, the Helio X30 will be accompanied by a PowerVR graphics processor ensures that the company is able to deliver higher performance with lower battery consumption.
The MediaTek Helio X30 is still far from entering the production phase, and it seems that will be the flagships of next year 2017 which will debut this new model MediaTek processor. So far, this year the star of the Asian company will undoubtedly be the recently introduced MediaTek Helio P20 .