MediaTable today announced the “most powerful” octa-core gaming chipset, the Helio G95, which features an asymmetrmetrmetric size nuclear design. The chipset includes two 2.05GHz Cortex-A76s and six low-power Cortex-A55 CPU cores, complemented by a 900MHz Mali-G76 MC4 GPU unit. As an upgraded version of the Helio G90, it supports up to 4 cameras (64MP, 4k, 30fps video) and integrates AI image enhancement processing units (APU).
The Helio G95 also supports HDR10 displays and dual wake-up words, an improvement of 5% / 8% over the older chipset in the Rabbit CPU/ GPU Manhattan 3.0 benchmark.
As a chip for gaming machines, the Helio G95 is optimized for CPU / GPU / RAM / connectivity, such as hyperEngine technology that supports enhanced versions.
It’s worth noting that the Helio G95 can also save up to 75% of network bandwidth when streaming 720p HD content from streaming services such as Netflix, Prime Video, Hotstar, and more, with the help of AI Super Resolution display technology.
Unfortunately, the Target Market for the Helio G95 is clearer than other recently released competitions – only 4G network connectivity is supported. Models with new chipsets are expected to go on the market in September.