MediaTek Has Raised the Bar for Android Phones with Its New Chip
With its most recent CPU, MediaTek is prepared to compete with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in the top Android phone market.
The MediaTek Dimensity 9300, the Taiwanese company's most recent weapon, is built on the 4nm technology and has a cluster of four elite ARM cores, putting it in a position to outperform competitors via sheer performance.
Concerning its core configuration, the MediaTek chip is even more ambitious than its direct competitor from Qualcomm, which only has one big prime core.
MediaTek’s new chip just raised the bar for Android phones
Three of the four ARM Cortex-X4 cores are clocked at 2.85 GHz, with one core reaching a maximum frequency of 3.25 GHz.
A cluster of Arm Cortex-A710 cores is available for less taxing activities.
With MediaTek boasting over double the performance on the Geekbench 6 test and an incredible total of over 213,000 on the AnTuTu platform, the large core cluster shows off its prowess on artificial benchmarks.
The business asserts an even greater advantage on gaming-specific tests like GFXBench.
4K panels can refresh at up to 120Hz, while displays with a maximum refresh rate of 180Hz may be supported by the Dimensity 9300.
Regarding connection, the bundle includes Wi-Fi 7. For safe OS booting, a separate security chip is also included.
In terms of AI-specific innovation, MediaTek's most recent flagship mobile CPU features an AI engine that uses 45% less energy and doubles AI performance at specified metrics.
Using Stable Diffusion's text-to-image models, MediaTek's APU 790 can generate visual material in less than a second and is eight times quicker than its predecessor.