MediaTek adds Helio x23 and x27 chipsets to its portfolio

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MediaTek has definitely been keeping busy lately and thankfully so, since the Chinese company’s chips play a huge part in powering much of the diverse Android device realm. The company now has two new interesting offers in its deca-core lineup – the Helio X23 and X27.

MediaTek adds Helio x23 and x27 chipsets to its portfolio

While there might not be quite as exciting as the recently announced 10nm Helio X30, they do fit nicely into the existing X20 and X25 family line and will surely find a place in plenty of affordable devices in 2017.

The X23 and X27 are Tri-Cluster Deca-Core chips, based on the familiar 20nm production process. Their CPU configurations and frequencies are as follows:

MediaTek Helio X23.atable td { text-align: center; } .atable tr:first-child td { font-weight: bold; }Core countCore typeClock speed2xCortex-A722.3GHz4xCortex-A531.85GHz4xCortex-A531.4GHzMediaTek Helio X27.atable td { text-align: center; } .atable tr:first-child td { font-weight: bold; }Core countCore typeClock speed2xCortex-A722.6GHz4xCortex-A532.0GHz4xCortex-A531.6GHz

On the GPU side, both models come with an ARM Mali-T880, clocked at 780 MHz in the X23 and 875MHz in the X27. MediaTek also claims the new pair offers around 20% overall processing improvement. But that is an admittedly vague statement to make, so, we will stick to numbers instead.

Both models support WQXGA 2560 x 1600 pixel resolutions at 60 fpsand 1920 x 1080 pixels at 120 fps with 12HZ Blending layers. MediaTek has also thrown in MiraVision EnergySmart Screen power saving technology and Envelope Tracking Module that allegedly bring around 25% and 15% improved power efficiency, respectively.

The X27 and X23 offer support for 2X LPDDR3 POP 800MHz memory, or up to 4GB of RAM. Another built-in module is the Cat.6 LTE modem, rated for 500 Mbps downstream and 50 Mbps up. There is also integrated Wi-Fi ac, GPS/GLONASS/Beidu, as well as an FM receiver and Bluetooth.

In the camera department, the upgraded Imagiq ISP is the first of its kind to integrate color, mono and depth-of-field implementations into a single package. It also supports dual camera setups. Executive Vice President and Co-Chief Operating Officer at MediaTek, Jeffrey Ju commented on the release, saying:

The MediaTek Helio platform fulfills the diverse needs of device makers. Based on the success of MediaTek Helio X20 and X25, we are introducing the upgraded MediaTek Helio X23 and X27. The new SoCs support premium dual camera photography and provide best in-class performance and power consumption.

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We can expect the MediaTek Helio X23 and X27 to start appearing in consumer devices next year.

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17 thoughts on “MediaTek adds Helio x23 and x27 chipsets to its portfolio

  1. hmm…. based on the fact that the X25 gets a fair 105k points in antutu and the x20 at 95k. the 23 will be in the middle of the two at 100k and the x27 at 110k. that’s assumption ofcourse. and I’d be really glad to see A53/A57/A72 instead of A53/A53/A72. ^^;

  2. Why non are using this X10 or X20 socs…?? All i can find in market is P10, MT6735, SD430, 410, 617 etc..
    powerVR gpu is awesome too..
    Manufacturers Should develop phobes with both mediatek n Snapdragon phones. Like laptops with amd n intel.

  3. Anonymous, 5 hours agoWhy non are using this X10 or X20 socs…?? All i can find in market is P10, MT6735, SD430, 41… moreX10 is a few years old now and is found in some older phones. While x20 is quite common, xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has it, Redmi pro standard model has one, like a lot of phones around that private segment, some meizu phones have it too.

  4. Anonymous, 5 hours agoWhy non are using this X10 or X20 socs…?? All i can find in market is P10, MT6735, SD430, 41… morePlease see HTC One X9 and Sharp Z2 for your information.

  5. I think Helio P20 much way better in terms of power and energy becoz it’s based on 16nm architecture though..

  6. it will perform worse than x20 in terms of power saving , still if they go with T880 mp4 it will make no sense at all . they will just suck more , dual A72 with 2.6ghz in deca core with 2onm tech hhhhhhhhh , qualcom only managed 2.35ghz in 14nm and quad core , Mediatek is so out of their mind .

  7. Anonymous, 5 hours agoHelio x30/x35 is real deal, ignore rest.because it’s the most powerful? it’s still deca core you know. 😛

  8. Not much difference between the X23 & X27, on AnTuTu benchmark both of these chipsets will get similar results. Deca Core on the 20nm process would be nothing but a faster battery drainer.

  9. king901, 3 hours agoit will perform worse than x20 in terms of power saving , still if they go with T880 mp4 it wi… moreHMM…. if they gone like Kirin 960 it’d be better? MaliG71MP8? (Answer. Yes. IT IS!)
    BUT we’re talking Mediatek here.

  10. Mediatek still can’t beat Qualcomm Snapdragon,Exynos and Kirin processors.

  11. ReesanVaine, 5 hours agohmm…. based on the fact that the X25 gets a fair 105k points in antutu and the x20 at 95k. t… moreAntutu is just synthetic benchmarks real world performance is diferent just chech some speed tests

  12. Anonymous, 1 hour agoAntutu is just synthetic benchmarks real world performance is diferent just chech some speed testsdon’t be ignorant,benchmark scores MATTERS if someone want to buy most better performance device at most low price possible.

  13. Anonymous, 1 hour agodon’t be ignorant,benchmark scores MATTERS if someone want to buy most better performance devi… moreI agreed….if someone want to buy smartphone for gaming,them should look at 3D benchmark and GPU benchmark…..so benchmark is matters…..

  14. Why aren’t they using the new ARM A73 and A35 cores, they are more efficient and the new MALI GPUs with Bifrost arhitecture?!

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