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MediaTek Helio X30 Exposure – World’s Fastest Deca-Core Processor

The Chinese SoC manufacturer ‘MediaTek’ continues the deca-core madness with their upcoming MediaTek Helio X30.

The company intends to ship Helio X30 next year. According to the leaks, the successor of Helio X25 will mold from a 10nm technology process, while the predecessor was created with 20nm. This seems beneficial in 2017 as the current terminals highlight 14nm as the most advance in Snapdragon 820. Although, no change can be seen in the number of cores. But, a variation can be considered in the frequency. Apart from this, the SoC will be based on the same Tri-cluster Map.

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Mentioning the GPU, MediaTek leaps forward to a PowerVR 7XT quad-core GPU. It should be noted that it’s the same GPU integrated inside Apple iPhone 6 and iPad.

From the Taiwan media, we came to know that, in addition to MediaTek Helio X30, MediaTek has also prepared a overclocked version named Helio X35 and the manufacturing process would be still 10nm. We bet that it will have the maximum frequency for a SoC which will be 3.0 GHz. High frequency means High power consumption and more heating. Talking about heating, we can’t simply forget the previous heating issues in Helio X10 and X20. Hope they’ll have some measures concerning heat dissipation and power usage.

MediaTek Helio X30

High frequency means High power consumption and more heating. Talking about heating, we can’t simply forget the previous heating issues in Helio X10 and X20. Hope they’ll have some measures concerning heat dissipation and power usage.

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