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Specifications of the SoC helium P35 seep deca – core MediaTek 10nm

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In the month of September of this same year, to the same time that the helium X 30, MediaTek also announced the helium P25, a version updated of the helium P20 with the same architecture of 16nm TSMC, though with a speed of clock greater that it of the P20.

We now have between hands details on the P35 helium, which is supposed to you will be competing against Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, one of the rumoured SoCs of this leading manufacturer of which we have known recently the arrival of its ship logo 835 for the first half of 2017.

According to the rumor that we welcome, this used architecture of 10nm TSMC, similar to having own helium X 30, and will be a deca – core processor or ten core with a similar process. It will reduce its speed of clock for a good amount of cores such as 2 Cortext-A73 2.22 clock speed Ghz, 4 Cortext-A53 to 2.0 GHz and 4-core Cortex-A35 1.2 GHz.

In the part that corresponds to the graph, or GPU, Mali-G71, already seen in the helium will have 20 X. Neither can forget us of 2 modules of RAM LPDDR4, storage UFS 2.1, modem Cat.10 and technology of load quick Pump Express 3.0.

MediaTek helium P35 is rumored to arrive sometime in the third quarter of 2017, just after helium X 30 that will take your special appointment the previous quarter of the same year. This could be announced officially in the 2017 MWC in February.

A renewal of a series of SoCs in not so much power as the Snapdragon, but which will be main part of all those low-end terminals that will be arriving in the coming year. These terminals will be able to give more power to that software which ever works best, so it will be increasingly harder to not be stopped to opt for a range low.

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