Infinix confirms first Helio G99 phone
Infinix has announced that it will be the first to launch a smartphone powered by the Helio G99 SoC, introduced last month by MediaTek alongside the Dimensity 930 and Dimensity 1050.
Infinix didn't divulge anything about the world's first Helio G99-powered smartphone but confirmed that it will be a part of the Note 12 series.
We’re thrilled to officially announce we will be working with @MediaTek on implementing the industry's first powerful Helio G99 processor into a new NOTE 12 series smartphone coming soon.#Infinix #NOTE12Series pic.twitter.com/RqyouxCJPh— Infinix Mobile (@Infinix_Mobile) June 6, 2022
The Helio G99 is based on TSMC's 6nm process and consists of 2x Cortex-A76 cores clocked up to 2.2GHz and 6x Cortex A-55 cores that can go up to 2GHz. It also has a Mali-G57 MC2 GPU to handle graphically intensive tasks, such as gaming and video editing.
The Helio G99 can support a maximum resolution of 108MP on a camera but doesn't come with 5G connectivity. You can check its specs below.
While we await more details about this Helio G99-powered Infinix Note 12 series smartphone, you can read our Infinix Note 12 VIP's first impressions here, which is the most recent addition to the company's Note 12 lineup.
- 22 Jul 2022
Snapdragon 680 exists; it captures worse, it performs worse, and to add rotten cherry on top, it uses ancient A73 cores. Yet it present inside a few >USD300 phones. At least the G99 has a relative strong foundation to lay on that is Helio G96, on ...
- 22 Jul 2022
Do remind that the chip is based on G96 - and that chip uses a Mali-G57 MC2 GPU. Surely not as powerful, but sips less juice.
- 18 Jul 2022
Much better if its MC4 like Dimensity 800 had. Will definitely become a true successor of the pretty decent G95.