MediaTek Introduces Helio P25

Mediatek Helio P25

HSINCHU, Taiwan – February 8, 2016 – MediaTek today announced the launch of its MediaTek Helio P25, the newest addition to the MediaTek Helio P series mobile processor family. The new chipset combines the power of 16nm Octa-core processing with MediaTek Imagiq – a superior Image Signal Processor (ISP) technology – and dual camera features to satisfy smartphone photographers.

You can read the press bulletin here.

Big words from Mediatek, but the only change I can find is that the cluster with the faster A53-cores run @ 2.5 Ghz instead of 2.3 Ghz.




Process 16nm FinFET
APPs CPU 8x Cortex-A53 up to 2.3GHz 8x Cortex-A53 up to 2.5GHz
Memory 2 x LPDDR4X 1600MHz (up to 6GB) or 1x LPDDR3 933MHz (up to 4GB)
Camera 24MP at 24FPS w/ZSD, 12bit ISP, 3A HW engine 13+13MP dual camera or 24MP at 24FPS w/ZSD, 12bit ISP, Turbo 3A HW engine (30-35% perf boost)
Video Decode 4Kx2K @ 30fps H.264, HEVC
Video Encode 4Kx2K @ 30fps H.264
Graphics ARM Mali T-880 MP2 @ 900MHz
Display 1920×1080 at 60fps. With 2x DSI for dual display
Modem LTE FDD TDD R.11 Cat.6 with 2×20 CA. C2K SRLTE. L+W DSDS support
Connectivity WiFi 802.11ac/abgn (with MT6630). GPS, Glonass, Beidou,Bluetooth, FM radio.

Euhm hello IOblogblog, Camera has more words in the P25 box…

Indeed, but when reading the P20 press release and the P20 product page they also state 13+13MP dual camera or 24MP single camera support.

So to round-up the camera difference, the P25 has a Turbo 3A HW engine and the P20 has a 3A HW engine.

I have no idea what the 3A HW engine is, the only explanation i found on Mediatek are the following words: “helps cameras capture more natural, vivid and detailed photos”

That sounds good and now with the P25 we should get:  “helps cameras turbo capture more turbo natural, turbo vivid and turbo detailed photos”

😉 Lets wait till we see some reviews.


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