- Mediatek introduces Helio P95.
- It is coming with improvements in artificial intelligence and camera.
- The company didn’t announce the launch timeline.
The Taiwanese chipset maker MediaTek has unveiled a new processor called Helio P95 and the same is a successor of Helio P90, the company has launched the new processor with improvements in artificial intelligence as well as in the camera department. Moreover, the same will now also support the 64-megapixel camera sensor and more. So, without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the newly announced MediaTek processor.
Everything about Helio P95
It is built on the TSMC 12 nm FinFET, and the same is also powered by 2.0 GHz Octa Core processor and bearing two ARM Cortex-A75 cores, similar to the P90, the successor also has a six ARM Cortex A55 with 2.0 GHz. Moreover, the new processor is supported by the PowerVR GM 9446 GPU.
Furthermore, the latest Helio P95 is also capable to ensure processing is done in the most possible efficient way. The new Helio chipset is also capable to support 2-channel 1866MHz LPDDR4x RAM (up to 8GB) with UFS 2.1, and the same features a 25:9 aspect ratio full HD+ display with 2520 x 1080 pixels resolution.
Regarding the photography department, it will support three image signal processors (ISPs). It will support 64-megapixel single-lens sensor or 24-megapixel + 16-megapixel dual camera setup. That said, the Helio P95 is also coming with AI tweaks such as 5-person human pose tracking, along with the full-body avatar AR, 3D pose tracking and multiple objects and scene optimization as well as recognition.
Speaking about the connectivity, the latest MediaTek processor supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, Cat 12 DL / Cat 13 UL, 4×4 MIMO, 3CA, 256QAM. That means the latest processor is actually the same Helio P90, coming with some tweaks in the artificial intelligence as well as the camera department, apart from that everything remains the same to the predecessor.
In terms of availability, the chipset maker hasn’t revealed the launching timeline.