Some time ago, MediaTek officially released a new generation of 5G flagship SoC products, including the Dimensity 1200 and the Dimensity 1100.

According to the latest news from the well-known blogger, VIVO will launch a new model V2072A in the near future. One of the biggest highlights of this phone is the world’s first use of the Dimensity 1100 processor.

The Dimensity 1100 is built with a new 6nm EUV process, which has increased the transistor density by 18% compared to the previous generation. It can reduce power consumption by 8% under the same performance conditions.

VIVO Dimensity 1100

The Dimensity 1100 uses 4 x 2.6GHz A78 + 4 x 2.0GHz A55 octa-core architecture. The GPU is Mali-G77 MC9. And it supports up to 144Hz refresh rate screen and up to 108MP camera.

In addition, the Dimensity 1100 has also upgraded the support for UFS 3.1 dual-channel flash storage and LPDDR4X-2133 memory. The rest of the noteworthy features include Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6, L1+L5 dual-band positioning, Sub 6GHz 5G band, dual 5G standby and other flagship levels technology.

Overall, although the Dimensity 1100 is slightly weaker than the real flagship processors, its overall performance is still very strong, and the power consumption is lower than that of the previous generation. So it can bring a good experience for the new VIVO V2072A.

It is worth noting that the front of the VIVO V2072A carries a bangs-style full screen. Although it adopts the bangs design, VIVO has brought a dual-camera system to the front.

VIVO Dimensity 1100

In addition to the Dimensity 1100 processor, the VIVO V2072A should also run the latest OriginOS system. It has significantly improved design, smoothness, and convenient experience. We can say it is a revolutionary new system in the current smartphone market, bringing an eye-catching design and has received numerous praises since its release.

At present, VIVO has not officially announced this phone. But since it is the world’s premiere of the Dimensity 1100 chip, everyone is waiting for it.

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