We first broke the news about MTK6799 Helio X30 about two months back. At this point, MT6799 has made it to the testing phase, either with MediaTek’s own engineering samples or through OEM manufacturers testing MTK6799 in their upcoming phones.

MTK6799 Helio X30 Geekbench 4 scores

Interestingly, the Helio X30 puts a decent beating on Snapdragon 820 in both single and multicore tests, and generally keeps right up with Snapdragon 820 / 821 except in a couple of cases where the Snap 821 beats X30 handily (See OnePlus 3). But, take a look at those mulicore scores where X30 puts a decent smoke show on.

Of course, the big difference here is that Snapdragon 821 is here now, and by the time Helio X30 is released to the public, Snapdragon 835 will be out.

What’s important to remember here is that any of these SoC, whether Snapdragon 820, Snapdragon 821, Helio X30, and indeed even lesser SoC such as Snapdragon 625 and Helio X20, will handle anything you throw them with ease.

And, it’s very interesting to see MTK MediaTek only a quarter behind the top dog Qualcomm.

MTK6799 summary

  • 10nm fabrication process
  • 10-core (deca-core) CPU in three clusters (tri-cluster)
  • carries the new ARM Cortex-A73 for heavy lifting
  • carries support for up to 28MP image processing
  • capable of using UFS 2.1 (newer faster tech compared to eMMC)

Read this post about MTK6799 Helio X30 to see CPU, GPU details and more

MT6799 Helio X30 vs Snapdragon 821. Helio X30 Geekbench 4 results are here.http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/Y01VDYAX63-450x300.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/Y01VDYAX63-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons FeaturedHelio X30MediaTekMTK Helio
We first broke the news about MTK6799 Helio X30 about two months back. At this point, MT6799 has made it to the testing phase, either with MediaTek's own engineering samples or through OEM manufacturers testing MTK6799 in their upcoming phones. MTK6799 Helio X30 Geekbench 4 scores Interestingly, the Helio X30 puts...
We first broke the news about MTK6799 Helio X30 about two months back. At this point, MT6799 has made it to the testing phase, either with MediaTek's own <span id="more-11438"></span>engineering samples or through OEM manufacturers testing MTK6799 in their upcoming phones. <h3>MTK6799 Helio X30 Geekbench 4 scores</h3> Interestingly, the Helio X30 puts a decent beating on Snapdragon 820 in both single and multicore tests, and generally keeps right up with Snapdragon 820 / 821 except in a couple of cases where the Snap 821 beats X30 handily (See OnePlus 3). But, take a look at those mulicore scores where X30 puts a decent smoke show on. Of course, the big difference here is that Snapdragon 821 is here now, and by the time Helio X30 is released to the public, Snapdragon 835 will be out. What's important to remember here is that any of these SoC, whether Snapdragon 820, Snapdragon 821, Helio X30, and indeed even lesser SoC such as Snapdragon 625 and Helio X20, will handle anything you throw them with ease. And, it's very interesting to see MTK MediaTek only a quarter behind the top dog Qualcomm. <h3>MTK6799 summary</h3> <ul> <li>10nm fabrication process</li> <li>10-core (deca-core) CPU in three clusters (tri-cluster)</li> <li>carries the new ARM Cortex-A73 for heavy lifting</li> <li>carries support for up to 28MP image processing</li> <li>capable of using UFS 2.1 (newer faster tech compared to eMMC)</li> </ul> <strong><a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/10889/mtk6799-helio-x30-is-the-upcoming-flagship-soc-from-mediatek/">Read this post about MTK6799 Helio X30 to see CPU, GPU details and more</a></strong>



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