Despite the widespread bias that gaming on a smartphone can be annoying and that nothing compares with physical buttons when you try to play a high-end title, the reality is different. Smartphones nowadays had become more powerful than PCs sometimes, which means that you can take full advantage of our little tech companions' hardware. You can always connect a controller or a smart TV to your phone and play the portable device's games in a much more enjoyable way. Or you can just play what you want directly from the smartphone! Either way, MediaTek's new processor comes in handy: the company recently launched the Helio G95 chipset, and we can expect only the best from it. Dedicated to premium 4G smartphones MediaTek's new toy is announcing to become a delight for gamers since it features multi-camera support, enhanced MediaTek HyperEngine game technology, AI Super-Resolution for video streams, and more. Yenchi Lee, who's the Deputy General Manager at MediaTek, declared: "MediaTek continues to enhance its G series gaming chips to deliver robust performance and MediaTek Helio G95 is our most powerful gaming chip to date," Helio G95 grants dual wake-up word support and it can enable HDR10 standard display, with the possibility of enhancement to approach HDR10+ quality in no-time. MediaTek's new chip also offers superior video calling and video streaming for various platforms like Hotstar, Netflix, and Amazon Prime. Of course, there's no reason to believe that you won't be able to use the new MediaTek Helio G95 processor for other tasks on a smartphone besides gaming. Activities like video and photo editing or programming (if you're masochist enough to do it from a smartphone) also require powerful processing units. We're relying on MediaTek Helio G95 that it's the right creation to get the job done regarding all of these smartphone tasks.