Taiwanese fabless chip manufacturer MediaTek earlier today announced its first game-centric mobile chipsets, the Helio G90, and Helio G90T. The Helio G90 may have just been benchmarked. AnTuTu claims it spotted a device with the model “k85v1_64” on its database. The specifications fit the Helio G90 which MediaTek just released. Details shared include Cortex A76 CPU core architecture, clocked at 2GHz. The GPU is given as Mali-G76.
The MediaTek Helio G90 chipset is touted to be the most powerful product MediaTek has at the moment with the total benchmark score put at 222,282 points. This is slightly higher than the score of the Snapdragon 730 chipset. But it is slightly lower than Huawei’s Hisilicon Kirin 810 SoC’s benchmark score.
As a reminder, Kirin 810 scores a total of 237437 points on AnTuTu while the Snapdragon 730 scored 210052 points. The differences are in aspects such as CPU, GPU, UX, and MEM. The G90 has a CPU score of 83,145 points, GPU- 67629 points, UX- 57247 points and MEM- 14261 points. The Kirin 810 performed better in all aspects but the Snapdragon 730 does better in some aspects only. MediaTek Helio G90 has a higher UX score (50,743 for the SD730), a better MEM score (13844 for the SD730) and a better GPU score (58,149 for the SD730). Surprisingly, the Snapdragon 730 pulled a better CPU score of 87,316 points.
However, the differences in their scores are not so significant. So, the three chipsets are basically in the same performance range.