We couldn’t be more eager to get our hands on some ‘flagship’ with the new Dimensity 9300 from MediaTek, which after its presentation is confirmed as the most powerful mobile processor of the moment.
Apple presented its revolutionary A17 Pro chipset and everyone We believed that with its 3 nanometers it would have no rivalbut we were completely wrong. And we didn’t have to wait long for watch Qualcomm refine TSMC’s 4-nanometer formula and surprising the market with a Snapdragon 8 Generation 3 which is undoubtedly the best SoC of all its history.
And now, MediaTek presents its Dimensity 9300 to leave us with our mouths open and confirm the overtaking that was warned in previous leaks, and yes friends, The new Taiwanese chipset is even more powerful than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 of the house of San Diego thanks to his four powerful Cortex-X4 cores and to your ARM Immortal-G720 MC12 GPU.
There is no trick or cardboard here, and that is Qualcomm has opted for a more restrained configuration with low consumption cores that surely, and obviously, will better optimize energy and serve for more general use of the smartphone, while MediaTek’s commitment is to raw power without sparing any expense, with everything involved practically all the time.
Therefore, it is not surprising that the evidence They showed us the Dimensity 9300 above the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in AnTuTu in the days prior to MediaTek’s official announcement, something that they now confirm to us various media such as GizmoChina that are quickly echoing the first steps of the pre-series units of the Dimensity 9300 that are breaking records in comparative evaluation wherever they pass.
The truth is the performance shown is tremendously impressiveat least in synthetic tests because no one has been able to test any terminal with the new SoC Taiwanese, by right the most powerful processor of the moment for mobile deviceswhich, as you will see, also has a list of technical specifications almost out of the competition:
|MediaTek Dimensity 9300, technical sheet|
|Fabrication process||Third generation 4 nanometer TSMC|
|CPU||4 ARM Cortex-X4 cores up to 3.25 GHz + 4 ARM Cortex-A720 cores up to 2 GHz|
|GPU||ARM Immortal-G720 MC12|
|Memory and storage||LPDDR5T RAM and UFS 4 storage + MCQ|
|Connectivity||5G Sub-6 GHz, mmWave, 2G-5G multimode, 5G-CA, 4G-CA, 5G FDD/TDD, 4G FDD/TDD, TD-SCDMA, WDCDMA, EDGE, GSM
|Nuclear Nuclear Unit||APU 790|
|Cameras||Support up to 320 Mpx
Video up to 8K 30 FPS or 4k 60 FPS
There are no efficiency cores or hot towels here, and there aren’t any because MediaTek has wanted to be ahead on the lists from the beginning. This is how the Hsinchu-based firm has signed the absolute record in AnTuTu v10 with 2,207,222 points of this prototype, even below the previous tests in which it signed up to 2,249,858 points without having presented itself (which obviously invalidates the data).
Be that as it may, it is the first SoC for mobile phones that manages to overcome the barrier of 2.2 million points in the popular reference point of Chinese origin, so the record remains there, surpassing Qualcomm by almost 200,000 points and about 600,000 points to Apple which has been the only one to go down to 3 nanometers in this course. MediaTek is brutal, without more adjectives…
Regarding the tests in Geekbench v6the new cutting chipset premium and benefits of the Taiwanese got a signature 2,265 points in the single-core test, jumping up to almost 8,000 points in multi-core tests for surpass the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 by 4% and 12% respectively.
He has no rival in terms of brute force, and it even seems that ARM’s Immortalis-G720 MC12 GPU is also ready to wet your ears all its competition, with 5,638 points in 3DMark Wildlife EXTREME or up to 347 frames per second in GFXBench’s 1080P Manhattan 3.1 tests.
We will have to wait a little longer, then OPPO and Vivo have been the first brands to confirm that they will have flagships with MediaTek Dimensity 9300 in the coming weeks or months, devices that They will surely remain confined to China first before making an international leap. which may not occur until 2024… Don’t take so long, please!