MediaTek Helio P95 Announced with APU 2.0 and 64MP camera


    MediaTek has now added a new member of its Helio P-series with the launch of a new chipset, the Helio P95. The latest chipset of the MediaTek Helio P95 processor will power the upcoming Oppo Reno 3 Pro.

    The latest chipset processor from the MediaTek comes with MediaTek APU 2.0, which the company also claims offers a 10% increase in the benchmark performance as compared to its predecessor. The APU 2.0 allows the AI camera actions along with the depth processing enhancements for full body and portraits movements tracking for the AR applications.

    The processor is fully loaded with HyperEngine game technology that enhances the gaming experience. It comes with an intelligent prediction of LTE and Wi-Fi networks, which is triggered in just 13 milliseconds. The technology even comes with a faster response between a cell tower and a smartphone. Interestingly, it also offers 60% shorter GPU rendering to display latency pipeline. That ensures a lag-free display at the time of gameplay and improves proper efficiency and reliability.


    The MediaTek helio P95 comes with a quad-camera setup with two ARM Cortex A75 cores clocked at the 2.2Ghz along with the six ARM Cortex A55 cores clocked at the 2.0Ghz. The chipset comes with the IMG PowerVR GM 9446 GPU that offers around 10% improved performance over the previous generation.

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    In the photography department, it supports around 64MP single camera and 24MP + 16MP dual-camera array. This chipset can also capture up to 64MP capture, up to 32MP @ 30fps. The chipset also comes with advanced AI enhancements for noise reduction and visual perception. It combines the depth engine and AI camera processing to offer precise edge detection for the Bokeh Mode. It is also capable of 14bit RAW and 10-bit YUV Processing.

    The chipset is loaded with the 4G LTE WorldMode modem along with the 4×5 MIMO, 3CA, and 256AQM that provide more reliable connectivity performance even in a densely populated space such as busy shopping districts, stadiums, airports or offices.

    Sources: BeeBom

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