MediaTek released Helio P65 SoC: 12nm process technology to bring you enhanced gaming and camera experience
By Town Kassis 2019-06-25 649 0
According to reports, the Helio P65 chipset integrates two powerful Arm Cortex-A75 CPU and six Cortex-A55 processors into a large cluster that shares L3 cache. The GPU is Arm G52. MediaTek says the overall performance of the Helio P65 is 25% higher than that of the older generation of eight-core architecture.
MediaTek Helio P65 SoC performance
In terms of specific parameters, Helio P65 uses an eight-core architecture, integrating two ARM Cortex-A75 CPU, operating frequency up to 2GHz, six Cortex-A55 processors, operating frequency up to 1.7GHz, eight-core cluster system sharing a large L3 cache.
In addition, CorePilot, the heterogeneous computing technology of MediaTek, can realize intelligent task scheduling, intelligent temperature control management, user habit monitoring and so on to ensure the reliability and consistency of its performance, so as to bring users an upgraded game experience.
In addition, the Helio P65 has built-in voice wake-up function and optimizes the size of the platform and the use of power supply. MediaTek also separates voice commands and phone audio channels from media and games.
MediaTek Helio P65 SoC camera
The Helio P65 supports dual cameras up to 16 + 16MP, and unlike other mainstream smartphones, the Helio P65 supports not only multiple cameras, but also the popular 48MP (4-unit) camera.
Helio P65 provides a variety of hardware accelerators, including a professional depth engine to achieve professional depth of field (Bokeh) effects, electronic image stabilization (EIS) technology and roll curtain compensation (RSC) technology can skillfully alleviate distortion (Jello effect) video when capture up to 240fps ultra-fast motion or panoramic shooting.
When the ambient lighting condition changes suddenly, the camera control unit (CCU) can realize the exposure self-adjusting (Instant AE), to adjust the focused exposure more quickly.
Capture up to 240fps ultra-fast motion or panoramic shooting can skillfully alleviate the distortion (Jello effect) video, and when the environmental lighting conditions suddenly change, the camera control unit (CCU) can achieve exposure self-adjusting (Instant AE), to adjust the focused exposure more quickly.
MediaTek Helio P65 SoC other features
The Helio P65 is equipped with an upgraded inertial navigation engine that officials say will be able to locate more accurately indoors, underground or in tunnels.
Because the orientation can be clearly identified, the Helio P65 can be placed in any position.
The Helio P65 supports dual 4G Volte, to ensure voice and video call quality, faster connectivity, more reliable coverage, and lower power consumption.
In addition, 802.11ac connections provide fast Wi-Fi performance, while Bluetooth / Wi-Fi coexistence simplifies product design and ensures reliable performance for users.
Compared with the previous generation, the AI performance of the Helio P65 is improved by 2 times, and the AI processing speed of artificial intelligence camera tasks such as object recognition (Google Lens), intelligent album classification, scene detection, image segmentation, background removal and portrait shooting is 30% faster than that of the competition.
Finally, MediaTek said the Helio P65 is now in mass production and that end products will be available in July.
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