Doogee has announced that the chipset Helio P25 is selected to run Doogee Mix, which will make this chipset also experience the world premiere. There is no announcement yet for another device.
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About Doogee Mix we have already written a couple of times, so now we’ll skip the already spilled ink and dedicate the word-to-two chipset. One of the most significant improvements over the predecessor (P20) is support for a dual camera, a combination of 13 MP + 13 MP. In the case of Mix this will be 16 MP + 8 MP , with the latter being monochromatic.
Mediatek has in fact conceived P25, so with RGB or Monochrome Sensor. The sensors in this case work independently of each other, which will enable a greater light bandwidth and a clearer, more quality photo. Bokeh effect implies and you can change the focus of a photo by simply touching the screen.
The eight cores of this processor are divided into a stronger and weaker part, with this first – four cores, specifically – achieving a maximum of 2.5 GHz. Its working memory is a two-channel LPDDR4x, a lot faster than the LPDDR3, which can mostly be found in cheaper phones from China.
More about the chipset itself and its components can be found in the attached table, where the P25 is compared to its predecessor.