Redmi Note 8 series will have 64 MP camera, powered by MediaTek MTK G90T, scheduled to be launched on 29 Aug 2019

Details of Mediatek MTK G90T

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More info of MediaTek MTK G90T

The MediaTek Helio G90 has a 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, the G90 series increases multi-threaded performance up to 9%1 beyond direct competitors.

With speeds up to 800MHz, the latest Arm Mali-G76 3EEMC4 GPU can play Fortnite and PUBG incredibly smoothly, blazing through Manhattan benchmark up to 26%1 faster versus direct competitors.

Up to 10GB of LPDDR4x at 2133MHz1 (4266MHz1 effective) provides generous bandwidth and memory capacity, while the latest UFS 2.1 storage yields ultra-fast data-streaming.

The G90 series is not just for gamers, it’s is the first chip to bring the latest 64MP1 4-cell sensor cameras into your hand, so you can capture incredibly detailed photos or use our quad-pixel technology to take night-shots with the best low-light performance ever. You’ll find new smartphones with up to four cameras as our multi-camera framework allows brands to integrate a variety of lens and sensor options, whether it’s anything between ultra-wide to telescopic or a dedicated sub-camera for depth-mapping or HDR, allowing you to find the ideal mix in a smartphone.

MediaTek G90 series integrates a Cat-12 4G LTE WorldMode modem with 3x CA and 4×4 MIMO and 256QAM. This provides more reliable connectivity performance even in densely populated spaces such as stadiums, busy shopping districts, offices or airports.

Continuing our DSDS (dual SIM) leadership, essential dual 4G VoLTE and 4G data means a seamless user experience from either data connection, while VoLTE and ViLTE services provide the best possible call and live video experience, with faster call setup time noticeably better sound quality.

Advanced cellular features such as IMS (VoLTE\ViLTE\VoWi-Fi), which is now supported by over 175 cellular operators worldwide, and other standards include global eMBMS, HPUE and Band 71 support in North America.