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Realme to soon come with Helio P70 Powered Devices

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Well so the Helio P70 has been unveiled recently and now the manufacturers have already started using it. Realme turns out to be the first potential client to Helio, according to the reports Realme has mainly focused on the AI based chipsets for all of its upcoming devices. The P70 also adds the 100 MHz clock speed to the four huge Cortex-A73 cores along with the Mali G72 MP3 GPU and it claims to be at least 10-30% faster in terms of the AI performance.

The camera hardware is dope though, to just give you can insight this can render the bokeh at 24fps, along side it does come with some advanced power saving features. There are also devices like the Realme 2 and the Realme C1 which used to the Snapdragon 450, and also the devices like Realme Pro 2 which uses the Snapdragon 660. We personally did not get a chance to check the benchmark’s of the Helio P70, but then taking the benchmarks of the P60 into consideration, the P70 should definitely be a lot faster when compared to the P60.

Now talking about the best features offered by the Helio P70, it comes with the Ultra-Smart Edge AI which means the chipset offers a multi-core Artificial Intelligence Processing Unit, which can perform multiple tasks at a similar time by maintaining constant speeds. As the all new Helio P70 comes with faster GPU and bigger ARM cores we can expect some really smooth and responsive gaming experience.

The all new Helio P70 chipsets use the 12nmFinFet technology in which high performance can be obtained by effective power efficiency. The all new Helio P70 also provides Premium HDR quality images, thanks to the unique HDR-driven hardware capabilities. So now this all new feature gives an instant boost to the depth-mapping performance which will eventually help in taking faster, fluid and real-time bokeh shots.

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