MediaTek Dimensity 9300 Benchmarking
MediaTek has just unveiled its newest flagship processor, the Dimensity 9300, setting new benchmarks and redefining the capabilities of mobile technology. The Dimensity 9300 has emerged as a frontrunner in performance based on recent testing, showcasing outstanding numbers across various key benchmarks. (Watch the video for all MediaTek Dimensity 9300 Benchmarking).
In the latest AnTuTu V10 assessment, the Dimensity 9300 shattered records by exceeding 2.2 million points on the Android platform. Comparatively, it outpaced the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 by nearly 90,000 points and surged ahead of the Apple iPhone 15 Pro series by an impressive 600,000 points.
The processor’s prowess doesn’t end there. GeekBench 6 tests highlighted its single-core performance at 2,265 points and its multi-core performance nearing 8,000 points, claiming the top spot in current multi-core performance standings. This demonstrates a significant 4% and 12% lead over the Snapdragon 8 Gen3, respectively.
GFXBench assessments also reflected the Dimensity 9300’s dominance. Running the Manhattan 3.1 1080p off-screen test at an exceptional 347FPS, it surpassed the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 by about 35%, showcasing an incredible advantage. Moreover, in heavily loaded GFXBench Aztec Ruins tests at 2K resolution, High Tier, and Vulkan, it achieved over 100FPS, demonstrating an impressive 30% lead.
Notably, the Dimensity 9300 excels in GPU ray tracing, evident in Basemark’s latest ray tracing special test tool. Scoring 4880 points and averaging a frame rate of 48.8FPS (reaching as high as 65FPS), it substantiates its capacity to support 60FPS ray tracing, positioning it ahead of the game.
This exceptional performance preview of the Dimensity 9300, even in its engineering prototype stage, heralds a promising era for mobile devices. With further optimization by manufacturers, the processor is poised to enhance its capabilities, promising unparalleled performance in the realm of mobile technology. As the Dimensity 9300 advances, it sets a new standard for flagship processors, but MediaTek still has a situation.