MediaTek has just launched a new mid-range chipset called Helio P95. This is considered an upgraded version of Helio P90 last year, has a higher clock speed, and is also equipped with AI processor (APU) 2.0 which, according to the manufacturer, it is capable of handling AI tasks quickly. much more than the previous generation.
Helio P95 is a single-core 8-core chipset with 2 cores of Cortex-A75 clocked at 2.2GHz and 6 cores of Cortex-A55 clocked at 2.0GHz. It comes with a larger L3 cache, integrating the Imagination PowerVR GM 94446 GPU with 10% higher performance than the previous generation.
The chip supports up to 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM (1866 MHz) and UFS 2.1 standard storage. In addition, it also supports single 64MP or dual 24MP + 16MP cameras, displays with up to 2520 x 1080 pixels resolution and 21: 9 aspect ratio.
MediaTek’s new chipset is equipped with three image processors (ISPs), capable of handling 14-bit RAW files and 10-bit YUV. In addition, it also has improvements to AI cameras such as low-light AI-NR photography, tracking the posture of up to 5 people, context recognition and AI Depth Engine.
Helio P95 comes with APU 2.0 (AI Processor) that MediaTek claims to be 10% more efficient than the previous generation. The chipset also features HyperEngine technology, allowing the entire device to be adjusted to provide a faster and smoother gaming experience for users.
Regarding connectivity, Helio P95 supports 4G LTE Cat download. 12, upload to Cat. 13, 4×4 MIMO antenna design, 256 QAM, ViLTE, VoLTE, 2 SIM – 4G Dual VoLTE, Band 71, Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0.
Currently, it is not clear which Helio P95 will be available on future smartphones. At the same time, MediaTek has not revealed the specific time frame that the first device to use this chip will be launched.