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Official MediaTek Dimensity 9200: all the details of the new best-of-the-range chip

MediaTek Dimensity 9200 is official: here is the highest level in the range of the Chinese manufacturer of the new generation for 2023. The chip has just been unveiled in China, and the company promises a “new era of flagship smartphones with amazing performance and smart energy efficiency”. It is also the first chip, as MediaTek always says, to implement ARMv9 cores compatible exclusively with 64-bit, to implement a Wi-Fi 7 receiver, and the first with an ISP that can natively support RGBW sensors. Here are all the details

  • productive process: TSMC 4nm second generation
  • CPU:
    • 1x Arm Cortex-X3 up to 3.05GHz
    • 3x Arm Cortex-A715 up to 2.85GHz
    • 4x Arm Cortex-A510 up to 1.8GHz
  • GPU:
  • APU:
  • Internet service provider:
  • RAM Supported: LPDDR5X 8533Mbps
  • storage Supported: UFS 4.0 + MCQ

the new MediaTek APU 690 It promises up to 35% higher performance and 45% lower power consumption compared to its predecessor, as well as improved memory sharing efficiency between DLA performance cores and flexible VPU cores. However, the DLA is all new with an all-new Mixed-Resolution Mode. Thanks to it, the accuracy of object recognition increased by 89%.

Internet service provider imagic 890 It is the first ISP to natively support RGBW sensors, says MediaTek, and thanks to close cooperation with the AI ​​coprocessor (APU), it is able to ensure greater efficiency in video processing – eg up to 12.5% ​​for 8K30 videos with EIS etc. Up to 11% for 4K60 video with EIS. ISP provides wide-angle lens chromatic aberration correction and multi-level depth mapping; Supports cameras up to 320MP or 108MP with ZSL (Zero-Shutter Lag).

The chip is also present A new generation of MediaTek MiraVision, The set of technologies that manage video output. Version 890 includes the new Intelligent Display Sync 3.0, with variable screen refresh support that also relies on touch detection, all with an efficiency increased by about 35%. With MiraVision and GPU, Dimensity 9200 supports monitors with FHD+ 1080p resolution up to 240Hz or WQHD 1440p up to 144Hz; It’s DisplayPort 1.4 ready via the USB-C port, and it can stream 8K video recorded directly to compatible TVs.

The Dimensity 9200 modem includes, as we said, WiFi 7 for the first time, with a downlink that can reach 6.5 Gbps (2.7 times more than the previous generation). MediaTek also promises a significant reduction in in-game lag, up to 54%. Thanks to UltraSave technology, the modem, made of 6nm, will allow you to consume up to 70% less with Wi-Fi and 33% less with Bluetooth 5.3. On the other hand, Bluetooth audio supports 192kHz high definition, 24-bit and Auracast LE Audio for hearing aids. On the 5G side, MediaTek promises a “seamless” user experience in going from sub-6 networks to mmWave networks and back, downlinks up to 7 Gbps just by connecting to sub-6 networks.

MediaTek is very focused on gaming Using Dimensity 9200: Arm Immortalis-G715 is the company’s first GPU with hardware ray tracing support, and HyperEngine’s proprietary graphics optimization technology reaches version 6.0. The chip originally supports Vulkan APIs in version 1.3, and includes features such as motion blur reduction, frame rate optimization, ultra-low latency Bluetooth mode and much more.

MediaTek says so The first smartphones equipped with Dimensity 9200 will be on the market by the end of the year. At the moment, the names of any first partners have not been provided.

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