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Realme U1, the first phone to debut with the MediaTek Helio P70 SoC, will debut in India on November 28th. But just a few days before the official launch of Realme, it teased the smartphone’s benchmarks. The phone uses the Helio P70, which comes in the form of an octa-core SoC along with a multi-core APU for processing edge AI. The chipset is also based on MediaTek's NeuroPilot software, which is designed to improve the performance of artificial intelligence (AI). Realme has also released several teasers, in which are presented samples of their own camera Realme U1. A self-focused smartphone is also advertised to have as many as 296 face recognition points to embellish the portraits themselves.
Among other teasers, Realme through his official Twitter account on Thursday tease benchmark scores Realme U1. The upcoming smartphone uses MediaTek Helio P70, which, allegedly, surpassed the test results of Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 and Huawei & # 39; s Kirin 710. Similarly, the teaser shows that on AnTuTu Benchmark v7 Helio P70 received total points 145 021, and Kirin 710 – in second place with 139,974 points, and Snapdragon 636 – the last with 115,611 points.
It is noteworthy that the real performance of the Helio P70 has yet to be tested, since the Realme U1 will debut as the world's first smartphone for the new silicon. The chipset, announced last month, has four Cortex-A73 cores and four other Cortex-A53 cores. It is also based on the TSMC 12-nm finishing process and includes a multi-core APU with a clock speed of up to 525 MHz.
In addition to the teasing test results, Realme has published several teasers that highlight Realme U1's excellent self-esteem. One of the teasers show That the smartphone will have 296 face recognition points to improve your interests. Of course, you can safely assume that the function is supported by AI, which will use face recognition points to decorate your self-portrait shots. In Realme U1, in particular, it has already been announced that it has “the most powerful self-taught camera”, which is likely to sit on the neck of the waterfall.
Realme also suggested that the upcoming smartphone will come with a function to keep the background and foreground in focus. The teaser image also hints at the ability to automatically adjust the backlight levels in selfishness, preventing overexposure due to backlighting in the photograph. Also, Realme U1 is teased to to decorate,
Specifications and price details of Realme U1 have not yet been disclosed. However, the smartphone should arrive on Amazon after its launch in India, which is scheduled for November 28.