MediaTek formalizes its Dimensity 9000+ chip, a (small) improvement to its Dimensity 9000 chip.
Every year, manufacturers work hard to offer new generations of their products. And this at all levels. Whether smartphones, computers or their smallest components. It’s about doing better, more efficient, more efficient, not necessarily more expensive. This is especially true throughout the mobile industry. Today, MediaTek unveils its new MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chip.
MediaTek formalizes its Dimensity 9000+ chip
MediaTek has just formalized its new high-end Dimensity 9000+ chip to support the existing Dimensity 9000 chip. As its name clearly suggests, this new processor is directly based on the Dimensity 9000 chip. : “the same, but a little better”.
And in terms of numbers, then? What to expect? The 9000+ chip is expected to deliver 5% faster CPU and 10% faster GPU speeds than its predecessor. This extra CPU performance is due to the higher clock speed of the Prime ARM Cortex X2 core, although the clock speed of the smaller Cortex 510s has not been disclosed.
A (small) improvement of its Dimensity 9000 chip
And since it’s based on the same design and manufacturing process as the original Dimensity 9000 chip, the rest of the specifications are identical. OEMs that already use the 9000 chip should be able to integrate the 9000+ into their new smartphones this summer or for the start of the school year in September.
This kind of performance improvement could well convince some customers accustomed to the high-end segment of the market, and more particularly gamers and/or photo and video lovers.
This Dimensity 9000+ chip is also a nice technological showcase for MediaTek as the company wants to show the world its talent when it comes to high performance, especially since Qualcomm launched its competitor Snapdragon 8 Gen1+ chip.