MediaTek SoC

On November 11, MediaTek said after launching the 7nm process 5G chip Dimensity 700, it will release a 6nm process 5G chip. A few days ago, Antutu discovered this new MediaTek SoC. We can see that its comprehensive running score has exceeded that of Snapdragon 865.

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In terms of specifications, the CPU part of this new MediaTek SoC uses a quad-core Cortex-A78 with a quad-core Cortex-A55 design; the GPU is Mali-G77 but the number of cores is unknown.

MediaTek SoC

Previously, a Weibo blogger said that this new MediaTek platform uses TSMC’s 6nm process technology and has 1 A78 super core with a main frequency of 3.0GHz, 3 A78 cores with a main frequency of 2.6GHz, and a 2.0GHz A55 small core. It also integrates the Mali-G77 MC9 GPU.

AnTuTu said that the test machine comes with 8GB of memory and 256GB of storage space on the fuselage. The screen resolution is 2300×1080, and the refresh rate is 90Hz.

In terms of benchmark scores, the total score of this test machine is 622,409 points. The CPU score is 175,351; the GPU score is 235,175; the MEM score is 123,535; the UX score is 88,348.

MediaTek SoC

Taking into account the relationship between the engineering machine, the current running score does not represent the final performance of this SoC. We mean there should be further improvements in the future.

Compared with the Snapdragon 865 (the results are taken from the 8+256GB version of Find X2 Pro in AnTuTu’s latest ranking), the CPU score is slightly lower than that of the Snapdragon 865; the GPU score is slightly higher; the MEM score has more obvious advantages; the UX performance is also inferior.

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