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New Mediatek processors: Helio P30 and Helio P23

Mediatek has introduced its new mid-range processors, Helip P23 and Helio P30, with support for dual cameras.

The choice of one mobile or another is made according to different parameters. Each buyer values ​​one thing or another, but it is true that one of the most important components of a smartphone is the processor, which is the brain of our smartphone.

Although there are more rivals today, there are two that dispute the favors of the manufacturers, Qualcomm and MediaTek, being first the most reputed and the second the most economical.

Now the Taiwan company has introduced 2 new processors designed for mid-range mobile devices, Helio P23 and Helio P30.

Review of the Latest Helio MediaTek Processor (in Hindi)

The two have 8 ARM Cortex-A53 cores with clock frequency upto 2.3 GHz and ARM Mali-G71 graphics chip. They support dual cameras, although there are differences.

New MediaTek processors: Helio P30 and Helio P23

MediaTek Helio P23 and Helio P30

The Helio P23 has 8 cores up to 2.3 GHz, and the GPU runs at 770 MHz. The max screen resolution it can support is FHD +, i.e., 2,160 × 1,080 px, in elongated format.

The 2 rear cameras can be 13 Mpx each, and the mobiles that use it can have 4GB to 933 MHz LPDDR4x RAM or 6 GB to 1600 MHz.

The basics will give the connectivity: 802.11ac WiFi, GLONASS, FM radio, Bluetooth, and the 4G connection will be LTE Cat-7 DL or CAT-13 UL with VoLTE support.

New MediaTek processors: Helio P30 and Helio P23

The Helio P30 is more powerful than the previous one as far as graphics are concerned and is also capable of handling higher resolution cameras, adding image processing functions that allow bokeh effect in real time, something that we have only seen for the moment in the Samsung Note 8.

The differences are that the GPU of this processor runs at 950 GHz and that their cameras can be up to 16 Mpx each.

The MediaTek Helio P23 and P30 will be available in China in the third quarter of this year, that is, in a few weeks, although it will take longer to see them implemented in new devices.

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