THE MediaTek is the world’s largest mobile phone processing company, beyond Qualcomm not in history, but in the amount of sales. Therefore, it is important to pay attention, especially since we have a new SoC (System on Chip) on top of the colors, a new feature MediaTek Dimension 9000+ for the new generation of mobile phones premium.
A new chipset arrives to replace Dimension 9000 provided by MediaTek at the end of last year, as Qualcomm announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 by the end of 2021. So, in line with Qualcomm’s upgrade to its state-of-the-art device, MediaTek has now strengthened its excellent mobile processor, tablets and other devices.
MediaTek Dimension 9000+ comes with a change in SoC functionality
In a nutshell, the new final processor can be described as a Dimensity 9000 with a solid foundation to make it work properly. We have the same basics and nuclear program. This is a gradual increase in large-scale overhaul, which often manages the most important tasks.
The new MediaTek Dimension 9000+ now supports a refreshing 144 Hz screen on Quad-HD + (2K) images. At the same time, it can support 180 Hz high resolution on images whose main resolution is Full-HD + (1080p).
Looking at performance and functionality, MediaTek says its Dimensity 9000+ shows the benefits of 5% of CPUas well as the exhibition space (GPU) with a gain of 10%. Note that the chipset also incorporates a new design ARM v9 for CPU with lithography of 4 nom.
Up to 10% repair MediaTek Dimension 9000+ processor
The increase in performance is due to the “super core”, the Cortex-X2 with frequencies above 3.2 GHz. In addition, we have four Cortex-A510 cores, as well as three Cortex-A710 cores. On the other hand, in the pictures we have the Mali-G710 MAC10 GPU from ARM.
In short, this is the new chipset octa-core from MediaTek, I also recommend a “super core”, which manages the most complex tasks. However, it retains easy working cores such as connecting, notifying information, and more.
We have a new graphics processor that can match better images. So, we have a new Image Signal (ISP) processor. Specifically, the Imagiq 790 ISP supports 18-bit HDR video recording from three cameras simultaneously. It also supports sensor with 320 MP resolution and video recording up to 4K HDR.
Connection changed. That is, the integrated modem now supports high speeds of up to 7 GBps, as well as support for access to 5G / 4G Dual SIM Dual Active networks. We also support Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi 6E and GNSS standards.
Finally, MediaTek confirmed that the new processor will hit the market by the end of the third quarter. That is, until the end of September 2022, it could include a new generation of mobile phones from then on. As a result it will be a stronger and cheaper option than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, which will benefit consumers.
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