With the Dimension 9200 processor, MediaTek has unveiled its new wager for high-end “smartphones” that it hopes would improve the “flagship” experiences, including WiFi 7 support and technologies to boost video games like ray tracing.
The second generation 4 nanometer technology was used to create the latest high-end chip from the Taiwanese company, called Dimensity 9200, which incorporates 17 billion transistors. The “flagship experience” of high-end smartphones is what it aims to improve.
This chip has an octa-core Arm Cortex-X3 processor, three Cortex-A715 processors, four Cortex-A510 processors, support for LPDDR5X memory, and UFS 4.0 storage technology with MCQ.
A press release described how to improve graphics performance using the GPU Immortal-G715, an eleven-core processor that supports ray tracing technology, motion blur reduction, and Frame Rate Smoother 2.
You may take brighter, sharper pictures thanks to the artificial intelligence image signal processing architecture integrated into the MediaTek Imagiq 890 chip. It is supported by a native RGBW sensor, which boosts energy efficiency by 34% and light sensitivity by 30%.
The MediaTek APU 69 artificial intelligence processor on this chip also drives the intelligent features of objects like cameras, screens, and video games. and accept connectivity provided by WiFi 7, 5G at sub-6 GHz, and mmWave.
Together, and in comparison to the Dimensity 9000 model, it enhances CPU performance by 10% while consuming 25% less power, and in the case of the GPU, it improves performance by 32% while using 41% less power.
A new Dimensity 9200 will be made available with the devices that start to hit the market at the end of this year, according to the technology business.