06 May 2020
MediaTek has unveiled the Helio G85 mobile gaming-focused chipset – the newest addition to the Gaming G Series family. It contains a 1GHz GPU and HyperEngine enhancements to enable powerful and smooth gaming on mobile devices.
MediaTek’s Helio G85 uses dynamic resource management technology to boost performance while maximising battery life. In addition to its HyperEngine technology, the Helio G85 is able to deliver AI camera features for advanced imaging, integrated voice wake-up (VoW) to minimise power use, inertial navigation for more accurate location information and dual 4G SIM capabilities for reliable connectivity.
“MediaTek is expanding our Helio G family to give device makers more options in designing smartphones that deliver an elite gaming experience,” said Dr. Yenchi Lee, Assistant General Manager of MediaTek’s wireless business unit. “The Helio G85 delivers a combination of impressive performance, minimal power consumption and a range of other gaming enhancements so users can enjoy fast and smooth gameplay.”
The Helio G85 includes an Arm Mali-G52 GPU with a peak of 1GHz. Equipped with MediaTek’s proprietary HyperEngine, is has achieved a Manhattan benchmark score up to 25fps, delivering a very smooth gaming experience. The chipset’s octa-core CPU integrates two powerful Arm Cortex-A75 processors that operate at up to 2GHz and six Cortex-A55 processors operating at up to 1.8GHz.
MediaTek’s HyperEngine combines various technologies to enhance the overall gaming experience by enabling sustained performance and longer gameplay, with gamers enjoying a smoother performance in heavy-loading game engines, along with intelligent dynamic management of CPU, GPU and memory according to active measurements of power, thermal and gameplay factors.
Additionally, the Helio G85’s connectivity enhancements deliver faster response times between the smartphone and cell tower, providing more reliable connectivity. Users can simply defer calls while gaming without the data connection dropping.
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