MediaTek just rolled out its latest Helio P32 and P30 chipsets. The chipsets look like they will be featuring in the G series lineup and subsequent mid-range phones as well.
There is a difference in clock speeds for both the chipsets as the P23 is clocked at 770 MHz and the P30 has 950 GHz.
The P23 can handle dual-cameras with 13 MP sensors or a single camera with 24 MP sensor, while the P30 can handle dual 16 MP cameras or a single 25 MP camera. The Vision Processing Unit of Helio P30 basically boosts performance by freeing up a few resources to settle in new ones.
MediaTek has incorporated the MediaTek’s CorePilot 4.0 technology which was first introduced in the MediaTek Helio X30. Ong other things it allows battery optimization, better connectivity to wireless networks, prevent heating up of the phone and offers UX monitoring.
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The octa-core setup on P20 and P30 is the same at 2.3 GHz octa-core Cortex-A53. The chipsets give out dual-SIM properties for dual-SIM 4G VoLTE/LTE capabilities on both these chipsets allows for the phone to be connected to all available networks in the world.
Cat-7/13 in a unique combination is being employed by the chipsets wherein 300 Mbps download speeds have been offered and 150 Mbps upload speeds. They also have employed a security measure for data privacy.
The processors look to be being pushed out worldwide by the fourth quarter, but they will be announced in China before the rest of the world.