Realme, the OPPO sub-brand, is attempting to establish itself in the smartphone market. It’s latest smartphones, the Realme 2 and the Realme 2 Pro has won quite a few hearts since their launch. Unfortunately, these devices aren’t flagship smartphones, making Realme, compete with most mid-range to upper mid-range smartphone devices. The company is now trying to make a name for itself by manufacturing more and more smartphones. In fact, a confirmation affirms that the next Realme smartphone may actually pack quite a punch. While it won’t have a Snapdragon SoC, it will be equipped with the recently unveiled MediaTek Helio P70 chipset. This news comes straight from MediaTek’s event at IMC 2018, where Realme announced that its latest mid-range phone will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 SoC.
The MediaTek Helio P70 is the successor to the Helio P60 chipset, Unfortunately, the P60 wasn’t all that impressive but the P70 does appear to be pretty promising. The Helio P70 SoC promises 30% better AI efficiency when compared to the previous generation. MediaTek claims that the P70 is quite a bit faster with 35% lower power consumption than the P60. Lower power consumption will reduce the temperature of the smartphone allowing it to perform optimally even when under intense load. In addition to this, since it is more power efficient, battery life is bound to be better. The one thing which almost any smartphone user wants, better battery life!