Semiconductor company MediaTek is expected to launch soon an updated version of the ‘Dimensity 9200’ processor, which it unveiled last year.
The information came from a reputed Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station who claimed that “Dimensity 9200+” is on the way, reports Gizmochina.
The updated processor is expected to be the most powerful 5G chipset from the company this year.
The new chipset is expected to be designed with the 1+3+4 architecture, and the main frequency of its super-large core might exceed 3.05GHz.
Also, the processor will likely be manufactured by TSMC on its second-generation 4nm process.
The AnTuTu score of Dimensity 9200 exceeded 1.2 million points, so the Dimensity 9200+ might go above 1.3 million points.
“The commercial release of the Dimensity 9200+ chip is anticipated to take place in the latter half of this year,” the report said.
The current Dimensity 9200 features MediaTek’s HyperEngine 6.0 Gaming Technology, and also incorporates a built-in 5G modem with AI for faster network searching, 5G connection recovery from dead zones, and other intelligent connectivity features.
MediaTek’s processors are used by many smartphone manufacturers, including Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo. They also produce chips for smart TVs, smart speakers, and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices.