Over the years, the popularity of smartphones has grown exponentially and never before seen, and while it is believed that it is because of the design they own or their camera, the real reason behind this popularity and its growth is the processor that is inside each device. Regarding these processors, today we will talk about three of the most important and recent ones, the MediaTek P95, G90t and P90 in this MediaTek Helio P95 vs G90t vs P90 comparison.
It is time to start this great comparison of processors, and we will start talking about the CPUs that this processors have inside. The CPU of the Helio P95 consists of an eight-core cluster, two of them are ARM Cortex A75 at a speed of 2.2 GHz, for the most demanding and complex tasks, while we then have six Cortex A55 cores at 2.0 GHz, for one Greater energy efficiency. On the other hand, he Helio G90t also opts for an octa-core design although this time when it comes to the distribution the device come with 2 x high-end Cortex A76 running at a speed of 2.05GHz and 6 x Cortex A55 running at a speed of 2.0GHz.
Last but not least, the Helio P90 is a chip made in the FFC process of 12nm which is much higher than the other ones in our list (the lower process is better). It is equipped with an octa-core processor consisting of two Cortex A75 cores at 2.2GHz for the most intensive tasks and six Cortex A55 cores at 2.0GHz for the rest of the scenarios.
Turning to talk about the GPUs that are inside these two powerful processors, the GPU in the Helio P95 is the same as in Helio P90, the IMG PowerVR GM 9446, although according to MediaTek the performance has improved by 10%. It supports up to 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM and the maximum screen resolution of 2520 x 1080 pixels. That being said, the Helio G90t comes with Mali-G76 MP4 which in comparison with its previous iteration the Mali-G72 MP3 it offers twice the performance per cluster and according to ARM it offers improvements in the machine learning efficiency and a bigger tile buffer for 16x anti-aliasing.
As for connectivity, the Helio P95 does not present changes, since it maintains the 4G connectivity of its predecessor by including the 4G LTE modem. It also maintains support for Wifi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0. Nor are there changes in terms of support for VoLTE, WFC and FM radio calls. Camera support has also not changed in this processor. Camera support of up to 64 megapixels is maintained in case of a single lens or support for double cameras of 24 + 16 megapixels. The supported video recording is up to 2840 x 2160 UFS 2.1. That being said, the Helio G90T comes with integrated LTE Cat 12, which reaches a download speed of 600Mbps as well as an upload speed of 150mbps.
Finally, the Helio P90 remains classic using a Cat LTE 12 and 13 modem as in previous versions, so the speeds are not very surprising compared to what they offer (or promise) the two previous participants. For its part, the ISP of this chip can support sensors of up to 48 megapixels individually or in dual combinations of 24 + 16 megapixels.
Concluding this MediaTek Helio P95 vs G90t vs P90 comparison, we must say that it depends on the user to select the processor that best suits its needs. That being said, and guided by this comparison, it can be seen that the Helio P95 works slightly in a better way compared to the Helio P90 and the Helio G90t, but as we always say, it all depends on the tastes and needs of the user.