This year MediaTek launched a variety of Dimensity series of 5G chips. Unlike the company’s previous Helio series, they come with cutting-edge technology, powerful performance, and power efficiency. But what is more important, they support 5G (mainly) forcing its competitors to quickly deploy more 5G chipsets for the mid-range market. According to recent information, MediaTek will also launch more chipsets under this line.

MediaTek Dimensity

A Weibo blogger said that MediaTek is preparing two new chipsets for the market. The two new chipset models are MT6893 and MT6891. They will be based on 5nm or 6nm manufacturing processes, respectively. Also, they will provide high performance due to the more powerful ARM Cortex-A78 core.

The blogger also said that MediaTek first launched the 7nm improved version of 6nm, and may wait until the cost is reduced before using the 5nm process.

MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ Chip

The most powerful chipset released by MediaTek is the Dimensity 1000+. It comes with a Cortex-A77 core and is developed based on a 7nm process. Therefore, the new 5nm or 6nm chip will bring a significant improvement in performance, and will also be more power-saving.

MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ will power the next-generation 5G devices with improved refresh rates. It will bring a smoother viewing experience and faster 5G networking. The new chipset houses 5G UltraSave technology to efficiently and effectively save battery consumption when using faster bandwidths. It throttles between different networks and automatically adjusts the mode of the modem.

MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ also brings MediaTek Miravision which enhances the 4K rendering with the help of APU 3.0, and also brings support for HDR 10+. It even houses HyperEngine 2.0 which enables low-latency connectivity with wireless devices like WiFI, Earphones, and Gaming pads. Moreover, it smartly switches between 5G and 4G network to reduce the power consumption and resource usage. The Wifi and Bluetooth utilize the new anti-interference technology for flawless parallel transmission.

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