After Dimensity 9000, the performance points of Snapdragon 8th generation 1 chip on AnTuTu have exceeded 1 million.
Qualcomm has confirmed that the upcoming flagship SoC will be called Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. The company also revealed that the official release date is November 30. Recently, the AnTuTu performance score of the chip was exposed. disclose. Highways, up to more than 1 million points (1,035,020 points) on the AnTuTu Benchmark. The information comes from a screenshot shared at 8pm on a personal Weibo account called Science and Technology. Unfortunately, the image does not show the component scores for CPU, GPU, MEM, and UX.
This number is higher than the previous Dimensity 9000, which was the first bargaining chip to break through the 1 million mark, reaching 1,007,396 points. In contrast, the latest Qualcomm and MediaTek chips can only reach 850K (Snapdragon 888) and 690K (1200 density).
What are your expectations for the upcoming high-end Android phones equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Dimensity 9000?
MediaTek releases Dimensity 9000 chip to challenge Qualcomm
MediaTek has just released its latest flagship chip Dimensity 9000, which aims to grab the best chips from competitors such as Qualcomm and Samsung.
According to Theverge, although MediaTek’s previous flagship Dimensity chip line is not as powerful as the contemporary Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100, Dimensity 9000 is completely different when it promises to bring new performance breakthroughs. The function of the smartphone. High-end Android phones will be launched next year.
In addition to adopting ARM’s latest v9 architecture, Dimensity 9000 is also the first mobile chip based on TSMC’s 4nm process. This is the first chip to announce the use of ARM’s latest high-performance core design, namely the Cortex-X2 core with a running frequency of up to 3.05 GHz. There are seven other cores in the SoC, including three Cortex-A710 cores clocked at 2.85GHz and four energy-saving Cortex-A510 cores clocked at 1.8GHz. At the same time, the product’s GPU is a 10-core Arm Mali-G710 and MediaTek’s fifth-generation APU, with a total of 6 artificial intelligence (AI) processing cores.
The new 18-bit Imagiq Gen 7 ISP chip also claims to be the world’s first image signal processor that supports 320 MP image capture, while also being able to transmit data at a speed of 9 megapixels per second. The chip has a built-in 5G modem and supports the latest 3GPP version 16 specifications, but does not support millimeter wave 5G, and the speed is not as good as competing products.
In addition, MediaTek also boasted that Dimensity 9000 is the first smartphone chip to support Bluetooth 5.3, which can be used with the most modern Wi-FI 6E network.
It is unclear whether major manufacturers will choose MediaTek’s latest high-end chips to carry their flagship products, or are still waiting for the successor of Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. It will be released tomorrow. 30.11.
Dimensity 2000 scored more than 1 million AnTuTu running points. Snapdragon 888+ inhaled the heat that MediaTek brought to Qualcomm when Diana 2000 scored an Antutu score of more than 1 million. The leaker’s digital chat station just shared the results of an Antutu mobile phone using Dimensity chips, with a score of 1,002,220.