It is still a chip made in 4 nm lithography, which is equipped with one Cortex-X2 core (from 3.05 GHz to Dimensity 9000 to 3.2 GHz), three Cortex-A710 cores and four Cortex-A510 cores. But compared to the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset, it provides a 5% increase in CPU performance, and the Mali-G710 MC10 GPU got a 10% performance increase.
In addition, the latest MediaTek chipset features an Imagiq 790 image processor, which is capable of processing nine gigapixels per second while simultaneously recording 18-bit HDR video with three cameras, as well as 4K HDR video + AI noise. In addition, it can work with sensors up to 320 MP. The Dimensity 9000+ also comes with a new 5G modem (3GPP Release-16 5G), which allows download speeds of up to 7 Gbps.
There’s also support for Wi-Fi 6E, Beidou III-B1C GNSS, Bluetooth 5.3, and it also has MediaTek’s MiraVision 790 with support for a refresh rate of 144 Hz at WQHD + resolution or 180 Hz at FHD + resolution. Unfortunately, there is no support for mmWave 5G.
The first smartphones with the MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chipset are expected in the third quarter of this year.
By: Marijan Zivkovic