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MediaTek Dimensity 9200 – All You Need to Know

MediaTek recently announced a new Dimensity flagship-level chipset which is the MediaTek Dimensity 9200. It is expected to rival other flagship chipsets like the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and will be available on smartphones before the end of the year.

The chipset is built on a 4nm structure, powered by the latest generation Armv9 architecture, including ray tracing from Immortalis-G715 GPU. It can support up to 240Hz refresh rate on a display and Wi-Fi 7. The chipset has integrated mmWave 5G and it looks like it’s going to be the first Dimensity chip to break into the US market. Well here is everything we know about the Dimensity 9200.

MediaTek Dimensity 9200 – What You Should Know

Specifications of the Dimensity 9200

The chipset uses an updated version of the Armv9 with the Cortex-X3 CPU core and Immortalis G715 GPU. It is built on a 4nm node by TSMC. The processor uses a standard 1+3+4 design, with the X3 running as the prime core at a clock speed of 3.05GHz. There are three Cortex-A715 cores for performance at 2.85GHz and four Cortex-A510 efficiency cores at 1.8GHz.

The chipset has been improved by 12% in single-core performance and 10% in multicore performance. There is also a 25% reduction in overall power consumption which will make the battery last longer. It supports UFS 4.0 storage and LPDDR5X RAM. The GPU of choice is the ARM Immortalis G715 which has ray tracing that improves graphics while playing games. It delivers more power to the chipset asides from ray tracing.

The MediaTek Dimensity 9200 scored 1,265, 328 on the AnTuTu benchmark test and that’s slightly ahead of the 1.12 scored by the Dimensity 9000+ phones. On GeekBench, it hit a single core score of 1,424 and a multicore score of 4,471. The chipset looks like it has the power to compete with top rivals.

More Specs

It supports Bluetooth 5.3 with low energy audio to preserve battery and high fidelity audio for lossless quality. The chip supports Wi-Fi 7 though it isn’t finalized yet. There is 5G support and it integrated Sub-6 and mmWave 5G. The mmWave support is the reason why the chipset might make its way to the US because it is required by carriers. It can support up to 240Hz refresh rate on Full HD+ resolution which is next generation on a smartphone display. The chipset can handle 5K resolution at 60Hz and 144Hz refresh rate at WQHD+ resolution.

There is support for RGBW camera sensors with a new AI feature that allows ISP to pick out the subject of a photo. This will allow it to process elements in a photo individually in post-processing. All this is possible using the Imagiq 890 ISP.

Which Phones will use the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 Chipset?

It is expected that the Processor will be used by some Oppo and Vivo flagship phones. The first phone powered by the Dimensity 9200 is the Vivo X90 Pro and it is expected that the Oppo Find X6 could also be using the same processor. The MediaTek Dimensity 9000 didn’t appear on a lot of phones until we saw it recently on the Tecno Phantom X2 Pro.

It is yet to be known whether the chipset will be available on flagships that will be sold across the US and UK. Most of the phones that used the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 were solely sold in China.

Rounding Up

The chipset has what it takes to compete with other top flagship processors of 2023. Its biggest problem might be available on smartphones globally. We have seen what happened with the Dimensity 9000 and how it was available on a few phones.

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