MediaTek officially announced two new systems: Helio P23 and P30. We already know what we can expect from them in terms of specification and capabilities. This is a new "super-average".

The Helio P23 and P30 are completely new processors in MediaTek's offer – the manufacturer puts them in a drawer labeled "higher" average shelf. In terms of specification itself, both systems are very similar, and the differences between them are not significant. The whole thing breaks down the speed of the integrated graphics of Mali. In the case of the Helio P23 we will be dealing with graphics Mali G71 MP2 clocked at 770 MHz. The Helio P30 uses the same component for operation, except that it is clocked at 950 MHz. Both processors are capable of handling up to 24 megapixel cameras (one sensor) or dual camera system, each with a resolution of 16 megapixels. Both the P23 and P30 use eightcore configurations with Cortex A-53 cores with a maximum clock speed of 2.3 Ghz. As far as connectivity is concerned, there are dual-SIM, LTE VoLTE and Cat.7 servers on board that process data at up to 300Mb / sec. TAS 2.0 technology is designed to provide better mobile coverage. The new Helio processors from MediaTek look really decent on paper. Both systems will be available from the fourth quarter of this year . Unfortunately, the company has not announced which manufacturers will use it in their smartphones. For this data we will probably wait a little longer. Source: AH