Dimensity 1000C

Earlier this year, the Taiwanese MediaTek announced a new series of 5G chip. And now, the Dimensity line chipsets have managed to win the world. Of course, the most powerful member of this family is the Dimensity 1000+. But it has variations. And today, the manufacturer released a new chip – MediaTek Dimensity 1000C.

Dimensity 1000C

The first smartphone to come with the Dimensity 1000C will be the LG Velvet. It is going to hit the US market soon though T-Mobile. The company proves that the chipset delivers advanced AI capabilities, enhanced display features, fast connectivity, and improved multimedia capabilities for a premium user experience.

As you guess, our protagonist is based on a 7nm process node and features four Arm-Cortex-A77 CPU cores and four power-efficient Arm Cortex-A55 cores. Their clock speed has reached 2GHz.

Moreover, the manufacturer has added some awesome features for gaming. Plus, the chip integrates the MediaTek AI processing unit (APU 3.0). The latter combines three different types of AI processors for AI-camera, AI-assistant, and in-app and OS-enhancements. Due to them, the overall performance is improved a lot.

Apart from the mentioned parameters, the Dimensity 1000C supports AV1 HDR on Netflix and AV1 video streaming on YouTube. The Taiwanese company said it is working with Twitch to bring AV1 video streaming to mobile.

The Dimensity 1000C is the third chip in this line. Besides this, there have been the Dimensity 1000 and 1000+ SoCs. But we all know that apart from 1000 line, MediaTek also has the Dimensity 800 and the Dimensity 700 chips series supporting 5G.

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