MTK P25 SoC Announced: Clock up to 2.5GHz, Supports 6GB RAM & Dual Camera


MTK P25 SoC Announced: Clock up to 2.5GHz, Supports 6GB RAM & Dual Camera

Chipmaker MediaTek has announced another chip in its mid-level P-series, which is the Helio P25.

It comes as an upgrade over the previous generation Helio P20 chip. The new upgraded chip brings a number of new features to the table including support for dual cameras.

Different from the P20, the MediaTek Helio P25 supports a high level of camera resolution than the P20, up to 24MP single camera sensor, or 13MP + 13MP dual camera setup.

It is worth mentioning that the new chip not only supports a dual-lens camera, what is more that the chip also brings onboard features such as noise reduction feature, colour as well as black and white intelligent dual camera and real-time depth of field (Bokeh) effect.

Besides, there is also a high dynamic range (HDR) imaging support and a higher performance of the automatic shooter.

Seemingly, it brings 3A hardware engine upgrade and reduction in exposure convergence time by 30-55%.


Compared to previous SoCs in the P series, the Helio P25 uses a 16nm FinFet manufacturing process and brings a reduction in the power consumption by 25%.

Spec- wise, the P25 has an octa-core architecture composed of eight Cortex-A53 cores. It has a maximum clock frequency of 2.5GHz and features the same Mali-T880 MP2 GPU as the P20, clocked at 900MHz.

The P25 supports up to 6GB of LPDDR4X memory, another upgrade it had achieved. It also comes with a stronger baseband chip to support LTE enhanced upload and a substantial increase in data transmission efficiency, as well as reduced power consumption and heat.