December 10, 2019

MediaTek Helio G90/G90T

Octa-core CPU boosts speeds up to 2.05GHz using a mix of the latest Arm Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55 in combination with a large L3 cache

A major highlight of the new chipsets is the HyperEngine game technology which brings support for an array of functions that should improve the overall gameplay experience. Chief among them is a networking engine which can automatically combine WiFi and LTE connectivity to boost signal strength.

MediaTek has not just built a powerful chip, but a complete platform of hardware and software enhancements that excels at smartphone gaming.
The upgraded octa-core CPU uses the latest Arm Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55 processors in combination with a large L3 cache, which pushes the G90 series multi-threaded performance up to 9%1 beyond direct competitors. The latest Arm G76 3EEMC4 GPU can play Fortnight and PUBG incredibly smoothly, blazing through Manhattan benchmark up to 26%1 faster versus direct competitors.
Beyond gaming, the G90 series is the first to enable up to 64MP1 4-cell sensor cameras that can capture incredibly detailed photos or using quad-pixel technology provides the best low-light performance ever. Multi-camera framework allows brands to integrate a variety of lens and sensor options for vast product differentiation potential. It’s incredibly fast AI processor (APU), which combined with its premium CPU and GPU, powers up to 1TMACs1 AI performance; ideal for AI-camera applications, OS enhancements, exciting apps and much more. 
Fully integrated into its design for power and costoptimization, the G90 series can listen for multiple wakeup words1 that trigger virtual assistants such as Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa or other localized services.

Connectivity includes a Cat-12 4G LTE WorldMode modem with 3x CA and 4x4 MIMO and 256QAM, plus DSDS (dual SIM) for essential dual 4G VoLTE and 4G data that provides the best user experience. Advanced cellular features such as IMS (VoLTE\ViLTE\VoWi-Fi), is now supported by over 175 cellular operators worldwide, and other standards include global eMBMS, HPUE and Band 71 support in North America

1 Performance and features based on G90T.

Another headline is the dual WiFi connectivity support allowing a single device to connect simultaneously to two routers for a more reliable connection and decreased latency. HDR10 support and display touch acceleration are also present to add to the fluid in-game experience.
MediaTek is clearly aiming to gain traction in the growing gaming smartphone industry with more affordable offerings compared to rivals Qualcomm. The company hinted that the new G90 series SoC will make its debut on a Xiaomi device in India soon.

MediaTek Dimensity 1000 -GSM Arena

Our Dimensity series is a culmination of MediaTek's investment in 5G and positions us as a leader driving 5G development and innovation. Our 5G technolog goes head-to-head with anyone in the industry... We chose the name Dimensity to highlight how our 5G solutions are driving new waves of innovation and experiences, much like the fabled fifth dimension. - Joe Chen, MediaTek President
The new chipset supports 5G 2 carrier aggregation and is the first so support dual 5G SIM. It's capable of up to 4.7 Gbps downloads and 2.5 Gbps uploads over 5G frequencies below 6 GHz. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 are supported from the start.
            Dimensity 1000 5G SoC specs:

Earlier MediaTek announced its new 7nm Dimensity 1000 5G chipset which is quite the milestone for the Taiwanese company as it comes with an integrated 5G modem, 4 x ARM Cortex-A77 performance cores and the Mali-G77 GPU. The new SoC passed by the Chinese benchmarking tool AnTuTu and impressed with its combined score of 511,363.

Extracted from : GSM Arena

December 6, 2019

Intel Announces ultra exclusive Core i9-9990XE 14Cores

Intel already has an all 5.0 GHz processor, and it actually has 14 cores: the Core i9-9990XE. This ultra-rare thing isn’t sold to consumers – Intel only sells it to select partners, and even then it is only sold via an auction, once per quarter, with no warranty from Intel. How much would you pay for one? Well we got one to test.

Build It, And They Will Come

The Core i9-9990XE is the pinnacle of Intel’s 14nm process, binned to such an nth degree that Intel can neither guarantee how many it can produce nor support it in any way or fashion. Unlike other mass market processors, there is no product support on this thing, no such thing as ‘EOL’ – once a system integrator wins it at auction it’s a sunk cost to that integrator. The idea is to sell it on for a premium, before the boss wants it for his own personal system. I mean, who wouldn’t want 14 cores at 5.0 GHz?