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MediaTek Helio P90 teased with Groundbreaking AI, coming soon



Just a year back, we used to see MediaTek as a weak competitor to the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips since they were (honestly) not so good. But this year, MediaTek showed that it could launch some great processors for mobile devices. The Helio P60 and the Helio P70 are two of the best processors that you can find in the mid-range phones.

MediaTek Helio P90

MediaTek Helio P90 is launching on December 13

Recently, the Realme U1 was launched as the first smartphone to launch globally with the MediaTek Helio P70. The Helio P70 is a very capable chipset that is slightly less powerful than the Snapdragon 660. Now, MediaTek is all set to launch the successor to the P70. The MediaTek Helio P90 is coming soon with ‘Groundbreaking AI,’ as teased by the company on its official Twitter page.

What happened to the Helio P80? Well, it looks like the company is going to skip the launch of the P80 and launch the Helio P90 instead. This information came from an exclusive conversation of 91Mobiles with MediaTek’s General Manager, Wireless Communication, TL Lee.

So, what can we expect to see in the MediaTek Helio P90? Well, we are expecting 10nm manufacturing process, much better AI performance and better CPU and GPU. The GPU is one of the things that make the Helio P70 a less powerful chipset as compared to the Snapdragon 660. So, we hope to see a much better GPU with the P90.

According to 91Mobiles, the company will launch the MediaTek Helio P90 chipset in Shenzhen, China on December 13.


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