Qualcomm and MediaTek develop processors optimized for player phones. For example, on Qualcomm, Snapdragon 730G and 765G were introduced, while MediaTek was able to gain acclaim with the G90 and G90T processors.
Recently, the Helio G90T draws power from our country and in many parts of the world. This time, MediaTek unveiled its new processor, the Helio G70, which was developed for affordable gaming phones.
Powered by four Cortex A75 cores running at 2 GHz and four Cortex A55 cores running at 1.7 GHz, the Helio G70 was built with a 12 nm FinFET fabrication process. Featuring HyperEngine technology aimed at improving MediaTek's gaming performance, the processor comes with the ARM Mali G52 GPU.
The camera supports up to 48 Megapixels and a Full HD display, and does not support 5G. To make a comparison in this context: Compared to the Helio G90T, the overall difference is that the processor speeds are low and Cortex A75 is used instead of Cortex A75.
We expect the Helio G70 to deliver similar performance to Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 600 series processors or Snapdragon 710. Of course, we will see clear results when devices with this processor are introduced.