Mediatek unveils world first octa-core processors

Your Taiwanese media today officially unveiled the first decoder processor, the Helio X20 processor, to be the first company in the world to surpass the octa-core processors currently available on the market.

The new processor is characterized by its low energy consumption when running sensors with smart devices, or play audio files, and that less consumption of battery power when playing videos at a rate of between 30% and 40%.

The processor provides high-resolution sound enhancements and also it includes a high-resolution Mali T-800 graphics card capable of playing videos with the 4K and 2K display resolutions.

The processor includes four Cortex-A 53 operating at 1.4 GHz, and four other quad-core gigahertz chips, as well as Cortex-A 72 high-speed 2.5 GHz.

It also pointed out that the processor is so powerful that it supports the operation of cameras with a precision of 32 megapixels, and the operation of a two-camera system accuracy of 13 megapixels.

The company plans to work with smart device manufacturers so that smart phones running the Helio X20 will be launched in the next few months, which earlier reports were expected to be before the end of the year.

The release of this processor from Mediatek makes the company the first to launch the Deca Kernel processor for smartphones, ahead of Qualcomm, the US, which is preparing to reveal the processor "Snapdragon 818".