MediaTek Helio X20 with deca-core CPU to hit the market next month

MediaTek logoJust yesterday, we told you about an upcoming handset that will be the flagship model for a new smartphone brand. The Vernee Apollo is expected to be unveiled next month powered by the MediaTek Helio X20 SoC and its deca-core CPU. MediaTek confirmed today that devices carrying the Helio X20 will start hitting the market next month.

At a media event in Shenzhen today, MediaTek's co-COO and EVP Jeffrey Ju also introduced the slightly faster Helio X25 chipset. Instead of a clock speed of 2.3GHz for the Cortex-A72 high performance cluster found on the Helio X20, the clock speed is 2.5GHz on the Helio X25. Another change includes a hike from 780MHz to 850MHz for the Mali-T880 MP4 GPU used on the chip. The Helio X25 will be found exclusively on the unannounced Meizu Pro 6 for a few months before the SoC has a wider release.

Returning to the Helio X20 for a moment, its tri-cluster design allows it to use 30% less power than traditional dual-cluster chips. Computational power is 15% higher. Another feature of the Helio X20 is SilkSwipe, which improves touchscreen response. And MiraVision CrystalView offers smooth 120fps video.

MediaTek Helio X20 with deca-core CPU to hit the market next month

The MediaTek Helio X20 and Helio X25 chipsets are competing with the Snapdragon 820 for the high-end of the market. As a study in contrast, MediaTek went for a deca-core CPU while Qualcomm reduced the number of cores from eight to four. The Snapdragon 820 employs a quad-core CPU that uses the company's home grown Kryo cores.

Source: phoneArena

Tags: ARM, CPUs, MediaTek

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