MediaTek’s answer to the Qualcomms and Bionics of the world has just gotten better, and the vivo X90 Series will be the first to have it
The first SoC to use the 2nd Gen TMSC 4nm technology is the MediaTek Dimensity 9200. Better heat management and a 25% reduction in CPU peak performance power consumption compared to the previous generation are promised.
It has 8 cores, including one prime 3.05GHz ARM Cortex-X3 core, three performance 2.85GHz Cortex-A715 cores, and four power-efficient 1.8GHz Cortex-A510 cores. It may not seem much compared to other flagship processors, but its battery management and temperature regulation is topnotch.
Additionally, it features a hardware-based ray tracing engine, an 11-core Immortalis-G715 GPU with a 32 percent performance boost, and variable rate rendering technology. The Dimensity 9200 scored 1.26 million points on AnTuTu, according to MediaTek.
For enhanced performance, the SoC will also support MediaTek HyperEngine 6.0 gaming technology. Additionally, it will support UFS 4.0 storage with Multi-Circular Queue and LPDDR5X RAM. The Cortex-A510 cores’ multi-threaded performance is enhanced by the MCQ’s direct access to storage.
Additionally, the AI Processing Unite’s performance will be 35% faster. The MediaTek Imagiq 890’s ability to capture raw images straight from the sensor allows your AI camera to work more rapidly and continuously on a single battery, further cementing its processing power prowess.
In the entire globe, it is the first semiconductor to accommodate a native RGBW sensor. Since this chip is the first to natively support RGBW sensors, their light sensitivity and power efficiency have both increased by 30% and 34%, respectively.
Low-light photos created with HDR are substantially brighter, sharper, and contain more detail. It can handle WQHD+ up to 144Hz and FHD+ up to 240Hz for screens (possibly rivaling the current king of refresh rate, Sharp’s Aquos zero2).
Additionally, 5K resolution at 60Hz is possible. Additionally supported will be adaptive refresh rate. With support for high-end gaming displays, breathtaking resolution, and expanded foldable designs, the chipset’s MediaTek MiraVision 890 display technology brings content to life.
Another highlight is the support for WiFi 7, which offers rates of up to 6.5Gbps. For quicker network scanning, it makes use of an integrated 5G modem with AI. It also offers seamless 5G experiences by switching between long-range sub-6GHz and incredibly quick mmWave connections simultaneously.
In accordance with the user’s current needs, the dual antenna technology of the chipset also dynamically switches between ultra-low power and high-performance antennas. By the end of 2022, the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 will be accessible. It’s quite a milestone here for MediaTek chipset users because the days where the name MediaTek is only associated with low and mid-range processors.