One of the top manufacturers of chipsets, MediaTek, has today formally announced that its future flagship processor for smartphones, the MediaTek Dimensity 9200, would be formally unveiled on November 8.
According to the company’s teaser posters, MediaTek has prioritised providing world-class performance and extremely low power consumption for the forthcoming chip. Additionally, it aspires to provide the best gaming experience.
According to earlier sources, the next MediaTek Dimensity 9200 would utilise the same Cortex-A710 and Cortex-A510 processors as before and will be built on TSMC’s 4nm production node.
This chipset’s prototype features a triple-cluster CPU architecture with one ARM Cortex-X3 prime core clocked at 3.05GHz, one ARM Cortex-X3 performance core clocked at 2.85GHz, and one ARM Cortex-X3 efficient core clocked at 2.0GHz.
The Dimensity 9200 CPU allegedly scored 1,266,102 on the AnTuTu benchmark, outperforming all current-generation smartphones, according to a recent leak of the processor’s purported AnTuTu benchmark. The GPU has seen a significant upgrade, but the CPU hasn’t changed much.
The Manhattan 3.0 off-screen test for the GFX 1080p Dimensity 9200 yielded a score of 328 frames per second, whereas the Manhattan 3.1 off-screen test yielded a score of 228 frames per second. For instance, on these same tests, the Apple A16 Bionic only achieved scores of 280 and 200 frames per second, respectively.