On Weibo, MediaTek announced some details of their new 10-core SoC that's built on a 10nm manufacturing process. When compared to the X20, the X30 should increase performance by 35%, improve battery efficiency by 50%, and features a CorePilot verification system, Imagiq 2.0 and more.
The Helio X30 is MediaTek's newest processor unveiled at Mobile World Congress this year. The device is manufactured using the 10nm process and MediaTek says it consumes 50% less power for a 35% performance increase over the previous generation.
MediaTek is known for the only SoC manufacturer to have a 10-core chip and today the company has announced another.
The MediaTek Helio X30 has 2 Cortex-A73 cores (at 2.8GHz), 4 Cortex-A53 cores (clocked at 2.2GHz), and then 4 low-power Cortex-A35 (clocked at 2.0GHz).
MediaTek's Helio X30 chipset is on its way. It's a chipset built on the 10nm process, has 10 cores, a PowerVR GPU, and supports up to 8GB of RAM. Early benchmarks for the chipset were performed on Antutu, and it scored an impressive score of 160,000, beating the Snapdragon 830 by 30,000 points.