Press orientation Pakistan, 27. November 2020: MediaTek, the world’s fourth largest camera-free semiconductor company, today announced the launch of G-Series chips that will drive the next wave of gaming devices from leading smartphone brands in Pakistan. The game-oriented MediaTek Helio G series consists of the new MediaTek Helio G95, designed for premium users, and the G90, G85, G80, G70, G35 and G25 series of chips. MediaTek expects the first smartphones based on the G-series chipset to be launched on the market in early 2021.
The powerful MediaTek Helio G95 offers gaming enthusiasts superior performance and high-quality features such as B. Advanced multi-camera photography – up to 4 cameras with integrated AI processor (APU). It provides dual support for alarm words and allows the use of a standard HDR10 display that can be upgraded to HDR10+ quality in real time. The chip is equipped with a very low power consumption DSP that supports a double definition of the wake-up word, ensuring a perfect match between the two parallel Voice Wake-up Word (VoW) functions. The DSP’s ultra low power consumption minimizes the power consumption of applications such as Google Assistant and supports multiple keyword triggers and virtual assistants.
Pakistan is a young and growing global market where many multinationals, including MediaTek, see growth potential in mobile phones, consumer electronics and other smart products. Pakistan has great growth potential, accelerating the migration from 2G phones to 4G smartphones. The smartphone market has more than 200 million people and about 12 million people a year. In the coming days we will work on two fronts to speed up this smartphone. The first step is to launch other flagship phones with smartphones from brands such as Xiaomi, RealMe, Infinix and others, using our Helio G Series, which focuses on mobile gaming. We will then work with mobile operators to support the latest 4G technologies, such as VoLTE (Voice over LTE) and KaiOS Digit 4G Smart Feature Phone running on our incoming 4G SOC, says Rami Osman, MEA Director, MediaTek.
Overall, 2020 has been an important year for MediaTek, focusing on 5G capabilities, gaming, Wi-Fi 6 and AIoT. MediaTek has a well-coordinated portfolio of smartphones, smartphones for the home and other segments. MediaTek smartphones and tablets account for approximately 43-48% of total sales, while VAD, AIoT, power management and connectivity solutions such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth account for 28-33%. The remaining 20-25% of revenue comes from other categories, including digital TVs, DVD players, optical storage devices, work phones, etc. The remaining 20-25% of revenue comes from the sale of digital TVs and DVD players.
The MediaTek Helio G Series features advanced technology to enhance gaming performance, artificial intelligence cameras, advanced connectivity and multimedia capabilities, and offers consumers around the world superior gaming experiences for smartphones.
For more information about the MediaTek Helio G series, please visit https://www.mediatek.com/products/smartphones/helio-g.
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