Latest Mediatek chipsets power smartphone gaming

July 30, 2019 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Latest Mediatek chipsets power smartphone gaming
MediaTek has launched the Helio G90 series chipsets with Helio G90 and G90T exclusively designed to be the core of a high-performance smartphone gaming experience.

The Helio G90 series combines cutting-edge CPU and GPU cores with ultra-fast memory and massive AI performance to deliver fast, fluid action. And for even more gaming power, the MediaTek Helio G90 series is paired with the HyperEngine game technology that tunes your entire smartphone for the greatest gaming experience possible with high image quality, smooth character movement and reliable network connections.

"The mobile gaming market is growing and device makers are looking to give consumers and especially gaming fans the best smartphone game-play experience. That's why we designed the G90 series," said TL Lee, General Manager of MediaTek's Wireless Communication business unit. "Our combination of hardware and software delivers high performance, unrivaled image quality, uninterrupted connectivity to always stay in the game, and smooth responsive action even in the most demanding games."

The Helio G90 series octa-core chipsets pair Arm Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55 processors with the Arm Mali – G76 3EEMC4 with speeds of up to 800 MHz. The combination of CPU, GPU and APU delivers up to 1 TMACs performance, for peak power and smooth game play.

"With the Helio G90 series you get a super fast and responsive display and reduced lag for smoother game play – because every millisecond counts in the game world," said Lee. "Whether it's Fortnite, PUBG or other top titles, this chip is a gaming powerhouse."

The new G90 series brings the latest features to any smartphone. It comes with 10 GB of LPDDR4x and up to 2133 MHz memory. A large L3 cache and speeds of up to 2.05 GHz can noticeably boost speeds in demanding games and apps.

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