Software support that is far from impressive, various and strange technical problems and great challenges when it comes to power consumption and efficiency have led quite a few users to fear products based on Mediatek chips - the budget alternative from the Far East to its products. Qualcomm The American in the Android world, which has been so popular on budget smartphones in the past and remains common today with Chinese manufacturers Many.
Mediatek is trying to get back in the spotlight these days thanks to its new Helio G chips, which ensure better performance than ever while focusing on graphics processing capabilities in favor of the growing gaming field, after years in which the company focused on basic functional graphics capabilities and not much transition. Apparently this venture is also doing quite well - considering that Xiaomi has been convinced and has chosen to make use of the leading Helio G90T model in its new Redmi Note 8 Pro devices.
We did not really like the transition from Snapdragon chips to Mediatek chips in this intriguing model, despite the expected addition to the performance, and now it seems that the manufacturer is preparing a way out for those concerned like us - with the Redmi Note 8T, which according to a well-known Twitter leak from India will be based on chip God-Snapdragon The latest 730G.
Snapdragon 730G includes a pair of Kryo 470 Gold cores based on the Cortex A76 architecture at a frequency of up to 2.2GHz and another six cost-effective Kryo 470 Silver cores based on the Cortex A55 at a maximum frequency of up to 1.8GHz, alongside an Adreno 618 built-in graphics core at up to 825MHz Computational learning - and although in some early performance tests it seems that the Helio G90T still has a small advantage in processing capabilities over the offer from home QualcommThe fact that theSnapdragon 730G is based on the 8 nm manufacturing process at the company TSMC Compared to the 12 nm manufacturing process of TSMC For the competitor (a two-generation difference, in fact), it should make it much more efficient, which is implied.
We still do not know exactly when the Redmi Note 8T in question will be launched, and what other changes it could provide compared to the Redmi Note 8 Pro (after all its name may indicate that it is a more powerful version of the standard Redmi Note 8, which differs from the model Note 8 Pro in a variety of features and capabilities) - but the bottom line if using a product from home Mediatek It's a completely unacceptable compromise for you, know that you can be an alternative in the not too distant future.