MediaTek to release new X35 and X30 smartphone chips

MediaTek logoMediaTek plans to roll out two versions of its 10nm chips, the Helio X30 for high-end smartphones and the X35 for the lower-end segment, Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) reports.

MediaTek will enter volume production for the Helio X30-series SoCs as scheduled between the end of 2016 and early-2017, the report said. The company is also evaluating the possibility of having another 10nm series designed for mid- and high-end smartphones, the report indicated, without citing its source.

The rumored Helio X35 chips from MediaTek will also be built by TSMC using a lower-spec variant of the foundry's 10nm processes, the report noted.

MediaTek to release new X35 and X30 smartphone chips

TSMC's 10nm process has received product tape-outs from three clients, and will start generating revenues in the first quarter of 2017, the foundry said at its July investors meeting.

Source: CDRinfo

Tags: 10 nm, ARM, CPUs, MediaTek

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