New MediaTek processor in Mid-range: Will it Surpass SM7475?

New MediaTek processor in Mid-range

New MediaTek processor in Mid-range

MediaTek has recently released its new sub-flagship processor, the Dimensity 8200, which aims to compete with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 series chipsets which devolved into mid-range.

However, it appears that MediaTek is not done yet, as they are also rumored to be releasing a new platform processor that will position slightly lower than the Dimensity 8200.

The specific parameters of this new processor include a 2.8GHz Cortex-A715 performance core and a Mali-G610 MC4 GPU. The first manufacturer of this chip is expected to be Vivo, according to the phrase “blue manufacturers progress faster.”

On the other hand, Qualcomm’s new 7-series processor, the SM7475 (Snapdragon 7 Gen2), is also on its way. However, based on the parameters that have been revealed, the upgrade compared to the previous generation is not significant. It is unclear how this new processor will stack up against MediaTek’s new platform, but it is clear that the mid-range platform is heating up with the release of these new processors.

It is worth noting that Vivo has already made a lot of firsts this year, with the X90 series being the first to launch with the Dimensity 9200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen2. It remains to be seen whether Vivo or iQOO’s new machine will debut with MediaTek’s new processor, but it is sure to be a notable release.

With the flagship war winding down, it is now time for the mid-range market to shine, and these new processors from MediaTek and Qualcomm are sure to drive sales of new machines.

New MediaTek processor in Mid-range

In conclusion, new MediaTek processor brings a new level of competition to the mid-range market, and it will be interesting to see how it stacks up against Qualcomm’s new SM7475 (Snapdragon 7 Gen2) processor. Both companies are vying for the attention of consumers looking for powerful yet affordable devices, and the release of these new processors is sure to drive sales of new machines.


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