MediaTek’s newest chipset for entry-level devices is called the Helio G36. The main difference between this version of the Helio G37 and the previous version is that the clock speed of its Cortex-A53 cores has been lowered by 100MHz, so that they now operate at 2.2GHz rather than 2.3GHz.

According to the remaining specifications, there is no discernible difference between the chip that was previously available and the one that was just recently made available.

There is a good chance that the MediaTek Helio G36 will make its debut on a budget-friendly gaming smartphone produced by a company that has not yet been identified and that will soon be sold in India. However, at this time it is unknown which company will be the first to introduce the more recent Helio G36 processor. The first device to feature the Helio G37 processor was the Moto G22, but it is currently unknown which company will introduce it first.

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In addition, the MediaTek Helio G36 mobile processor comes equipped with the HyperEngine 2.0 lite and Network Engine 2.0 technologies. These advancements make it possible to have a more satisfying experience when playing video games and to have a faster response time when connecting to the internet. In addition, the MediaTek Helio G36 chipset is able to support a Full High-Definition Plus display that has a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 90Hz.

The Helio G36 will be able to support cameras with a maximum resolution of either 50 megapixels for a single camera or 13 megapixels for dual cameras. In addition, the chipset incorporates the capacity to record and play back video at resolutions of up to 1080p and 30 frames per second.

The Helio G37 will come equipped with the standard assortment of wireless networking options, such as dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, and 4G Voice over LTE (VoLTE).

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Future Smartphones Based on the Helio G36 Architecture

Up to this point, only the availability of the MediaTek Helio G36 mobile processor has been announced. The original equipment manufacturers of smartphones have not yet confirmed the full list of smartphones that will use the Helio G36 for power delivery.

Even though it is an entry-level Android phone, we expect affordable gaming handsets to be powered by the Helio G36 in the near future from well-known manufacturers such as OPPO, Vivo, Tecno, and Realme, among others.

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