Max, 31 Aug 2019Sorry but i will never buy phone with mediatek again. I had nokia 5.1 and the problems with he... moreYeah I think that was an entry level Mediatek Helio P18 processor inside the Nokia 5.1 so there was nothing much to be expected.. you should have tried the NOKIA 5.1 plus. It had a HELIO P60 processor which was said to be one of the best mid range processors from Mediatek at the time.. I used the Nokia 5.1 plus to play lots of PUBG..
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2019People buy redmi note series to tinker with their phone and install custom roms and with a poo... moreHold on, did you just say poor Mediatek CPU?. 😂 that better be a joke. You're saying Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G is better than it?. Certainly not in terms of performance I hope cuz then you would be dead wrong. I'm sure by now you must have realised that the Mediatek HELIO G90T processor has higher performance than the Snapdragon 730G processor.. the Helio G90T chipset inside the Redmi note 8 pro is just an absolute monster in the mid range series.. it is even being compared to the Snapdragon 845 processor from 2018. You better watch out for Mediatek cuz they are back with full force!!. As a matter of fact, I'm currently using the Redmi note 8 pro as my daily driver and it has been smooth, never a time that it ever slowed down.. flagship level performance. Then the cameras too have been a joy, they're not the best out there but they are really good with great dynamic range for its price. The Redmi note 8 pro offers a lot for its price tag ✨👍 I love my device.
People buy redmi note series to tinker with their phone and install custom roms and with a poor mediatek CPU they will not be able to do that with poor custom rom and developement support. Only people with zero tech knowledge will buy this just by being influenced by xiaomi's toxic marketing
cyber, 01 Sep 2019obviosly that heahpipe will transfer heat to the battery,what a dumb thingWhy would you want a cold battery? - Manu Kumar Jain and his paid Xiaomi trolls
cyber, 01 Sep 2019obviosly that heahpipe will transfer heat to the battery,what a dumb thingThe whole mid frame is already a heatsink. Without the heat pipe, the top portion of the battery would be subjected to extreme heat on extreme conditions. Using a heat pipe is good for both the processor and the battery for better spread of heat (less heat per area). The heat from the heat pipe underneath the battery will most likely to spread via the mid frame first because the battery's adhesive acts as insulator. Without the heat pipe, the heat would mainly propagate via the battery's copper terminals.
Utko, 31 Aug 2019I've used mediatek before in Meizu m2 note.
Was sold with android 5 and upgraded... moreI think you are confusing Android OS version 6 with Flyme OS version 6.
Meizu M2 and M2 Note both came with android 5 and are still on it. You may have Flyme OS 22.214.171.124G (most recent for M2 Note - 2019-04-14), but it is still based on Android 5.1. Most recent for non-Note M2 is 126.96.36.199G, also Android 5.1.
Also the Chinese ROM 188.8.131.52A is based on Android 5.1
SadeepaT, 01 Sep 2019But after the X series , Their P series (P60 P70) was good in terms of heat and power consumpt... moreYou even can find some devices without heating problem with the same Helio X20 used on Redmi Note 4...
Or even with X25 (overclocked version).
Plus X30 hasn't any issue (10nm like competitors)
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2019stay away from mediatek, i have a bad experience on redmi note4 (mtk version) , i ll go for ot... moreRedmi note 3 with Helio x10 was very good. Snap 650 version was very good but note 4's 625 was worst than note 3's Helio version
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2019stay away from mediatek, i have a bad experience on redmi note4 (mtk version) , i ll go for ot... moreBut after the X series , Their P series (P60 P70) was good in terms of heat and power consumption. So lets keep hopes for this one too
obviosly that heahpipe will transfer heat to the battery,what a dumb thing
stay away from mediatek, i have a bad experience on redmi note4 (mtk version) , i ll go for other brand or other xiaomi phone within snapdragon inside it
More and more phones with MediaTek...
I hope MediaTek will up their game because I don't like this as it is.
TheWanderer, 31 Aug 2019Is there no way to stop mediatek from continuing to violate gpl regulations?Ask Trump to put it in banned list because not giving source code hinder updates, making devices unsafe?
Sorry but i will never buy phone with mediatek again. I had nokia 5.1 and the problems with heat, overheating, lags and rebooting. Also problem with notifications. Im disappinted this time with xiaomi :(
Love the Community, 31 Aug 2019You're treating Mediatek crap like it's a MT6750 or older. Mediatek grew up ever since they re... moreEven mt6750...
When you compare it to it's right competitor SD430...
TheWanderer, 31 Aug 2019Don't be stupid, the biggest problem here is a lack of source code availability to the public.... moreMany Mediatek's devices officially released in Europe since about one year has sources...
It includes all Xiaomi's device officially sell in Europe :
Redmi 6 and 6A (Helio P22 and A22)
- Android O : https://github.com/MiCode/Xiaomi_Kernel_OpenSource/tree/cactus-o-oss
- Android P : https://github.com/MiCode/Xiaomi_Kernel_OpenSource/tree/cactus-p-oss
(Mi Play isn't available un Europe...other phones are far older, from mid 2016)
All Oppo :
Oppo Reno Z (P90) : https://github.com/oppo-source/RenoZ-9.0-kernel-source
Oppo A3 (P60) : https://github.com/oppo-source/A3-8.1-kernel-source
(Others Oppo with Mediatek's aren't officially sold un Europe but you Can find A5s on Helio P35 : https://github.com/oppo-source/A5S-8.1-kernel-source)
Realme 3 (P70) : https://github.com/realme-kernel-opensource/Realme3-kernel-source
Most Nokia :
Nokia 1 (mt6737m) : https://github.com/nokia-dev/android_kernel_nokia_mt6737m
Nokia 5.1 (Helio P18) : https://github.com/nokia-dev/android_kernel_nokia_mt6755s
Nokia 5.1 Plus (P60) : https://github.com/nokia-dev/android_kernel_nokia_mt6771
(True : Nokia 3 and 3.1 repository are empty)
Huawei Y5 2019 (Helio A22)
In 10 minutes, you can find sources for devices with (nearly) all Mediatek's soc...