MediaTek Announced Helio G95 Chip For Gaming Smartphones


Helio G95

Today, the Taiwanese MediaTek launched the Helio G95 processor for the gaming smartphone market.

The MediaTek Helio G95 provides faster performance and richer features. Among them, we can mention advanced multi-camera support – up to 4 cameras. There is a built-in AI processing unit (APU), which provides word wake up support. Also, it can realize HDR10 standard viewing, which can be enhanced to the quality close to HDR10+ in real time.

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‘MediaTek continues to improve the powerful performance of G-series gaming chips. And the MediaTek Helio G95 is our most powerful gaming chip so far,’ said Li Yanzhi, deputy general manager of MediaTek’s wireless communications business unit.

The MediaTek Helio G95 adopts an octa-core architecture, integrating a pair of Arm Cortex-A76 CPUs running at a frequency of up to 2.05GHz, plus six Cortex-A55 energy-efficient CPUs, and an upgraded Arm Mali-G76 MC4 with a running frequency of up to 900MHz.

Helio G95

According to MediaTek, the G95 is 5% faster than the G90T in the AnTuTu CPU score test, and 8% faster in the Manhattan 3.0 scene of GFXbench.

It also integrates AI processor, ultra-low power consumption DSP, enhanced HyperEngine game optimization engine, 1080P+ resolution display with 90Hz refresh rate, 10GB LPDDR4X memory, eMMC5.1/UFS2.1 flash memory, WiFi5+Bluetooth 5.0, etc.

What Else?

MediaTek’s new chip provides an AI super-resolution display. This enables excellent video calls and video streaming on various platforms such as Netflix, Hotstar, and Amazon Prime. It can support video quality from 360p to 720p resolution in real-time. So this will reduce network bandwidth by up to 75%, without any perceptible difference in quality.

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The MediaTek Helio G95 supports the FHD+ 90fps screen. At the same time, this new SoC supports up to 64MP camera, adopting four-pixel technology. It can also obtain a low-light effect when shooting at night. The chip supports a real-time portrait blur depth engine, AI-FD (fast and accurate AI face detection engine), video encoding and decoding of the strongest light, warpage, 3DNR, 4K 30fps, and AI camera enhancement with integrated APU.

The MediaTek Helio G95 will first appear in smartphones launched in September this year. But at the moment, we have no information which brand will bring the first model.

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