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MEDIATEK HELIO X20 & X25 MOST POWERFUL & LESS POWER CONSUMING CPU LAUNCHED


Smartphones have become an integral part of our lives, whether it is connecting with family and friends, enjoying music, taking pictures, shooting video, or exploring the wealth of information available on the internet. This has led to a thirst for ever-longer battery power and an efficient, smooth user experience.


MT6796T, or Helio X25 is going to be the more powerful variant of Helio X20. What this means is that Helio X25 is going to sport the same number of cores as MT6797, but they will be running at a higher frequency, resulting in additional performance. Currently, the clock speeds and core types of Helio X20 have been listed below, along with other specifications:

  • 2 Cortex-A72 cores running at 2.5GHz
  • 4 Cortex-A53 cores running at 2.0GHz
  • 4 Cortex-A53 cores running at 1.4GHz
  • Memory: 2 x LPDDR3 RAM running 800MHz, up to 4GB eMMC 5.1
  • Video decode: 4K x 2K 10 bit 30fps H.264/265/VP9, 30 percent power improvement
  • Video encode: 4K x 2K 30fps H.265 w/HDR, 40 percent power improvement
  • Display: WQXGA 2560×1600 60fps, FHD 1920×1080 120fps
  • LTE Modem: LTE FDD/TDD R11 Cat-6 with 20+20 CA, (300/50Mbps) DC-HSPA+, TD-SCDMA, EDGE, CDMA2000 1x/EVDO Rev.A (SRLTE), LTE/GPS Co-clock Supported
  • Wireless adapter: Integrated Wi-Fi 802.11ac w/throughout up to 280Mbps GPS/Glonass/Beidou


the world’s first mobile processor with Tri-Cluster CPU architecture and ten processing cores (Deca-core). Delivering extreme computing performance with unmatched power efficiency, the new MediaTek Helio X20 / X25 processor is set to revolutionize the smartphone industry and address the growing global demand for flagship mobile devices.
MediaTek Helio X20 / X25 provides three processor clusters, each designed to more efficiently handle different types of workloads. Much like adding gears to vehicles, dividing the cores into three clusters provides a more efficient allocation of tasks for optimum performance and extended battery life.
It can delegate simple tasks to one cluster of cores, while directing more-complex (and more-power-hungry) tasks to the other clusters. If the smartphone is doing only simple tasks - such as sending text messages or running the calculator - on one cluster, the other clusters can power down, and therefore drive smoother performance and extended battery life.

MediaTek Helio X20 / X25 delivers state-of-the-art camera, display, gaming, and audio features for today’s most demanding apps.
The MediaTek Helio X20 / X25 introduces dual main cameras and features a built-in 3D depth engine as well as multi-scale de-noise engines, for faster response time between shots and unprecedented detail, color, and sharpness, even under extreme conditions.
Display is refreshed at an accelerated 120 frames per second for crisp and responsive scrolling of web content and maps, and uncompromised motion viewing supporting mobile games with high-resolution graphics.
A sensor hub on the embedded ARM Cortex-M4 processor operates on an isolated, low-power domain to support diverse always-on applications, such as MP3 playback and voice activation.