MediaTek has another flagship SoC: Dimensity 7000
Today MediaTek officially brought a new generation of flagship chip Dimensity 9000 this morning, from the naming of the big span of improvement alone you can know the strength of this processor, but in addition to the Dimensity 9000, MediaTek has another processor that has not been released.
According to the Digital Chat Station’s statement: Mr. Lu has started to warm up. Both of the new flagship platforms of MediaTek, Redmi, have opened a case test, but the Dimensity 9000 should be too late for the first launch. The machine will be available later” this morning claiming that MediaTek has another flagship processor, that is yet to be unveiled.
Later today, he further said, “MediaTek is a great leap forward next year. TSMC’s n4 flagship core is called Dimensity 9000, n5 flagship core may be called Dimensity 7000, and it’s under test.” This means that the Dimensity 7000 sub-flagship chip will use TSMC 5nm process technology. Previously, the Dimensity 1200 chip used 6nm process technology.
MediaTek Dimensity 7000 engineering machine AnTuTu Benchmark running score are about 750000±, between Snapdragon 870 and Snapdragon 888. As an iteration of the Dimensity 1200, TSMC + Arm’s new architecture will hopefully control power consumption and put it in the mid-range price segment or very fragrant.
MediaTek dual flagship chip strategy has been carried out this year, Dimensity 1200 and Dimensity 1100 is a good example, from the situation of the news, this chip has not been released is similar to the idea of Dimensity 1100, for the mid-range market, but has comparable performance to the flagship, but also will be adopted by manufacturers on a large scale.
This sub-flagship processor will allegedly use TSMC’s 5nm process, compared to the 4nm of the Dimensity 9000 is still slightly inferior, but also completely top of the moment, such as the iPhone 13 chip using TSMC’s 5nm process. Finally, the clichéd question is, which brand will debut the new machine with this sub-flagship chip, and how much will it sell for?