MediaTek The latest chipset is the Dimensity 1300, a chip system designed for portable media smartphones and set to appear on portable media smartphones by 2022, but how does it compare to competition? The MediaTek series of mobile processors can be divided into two categories: Dimensity and Helio. Dimensity is a family of 5G smartphone platforms from the semiconductor company, meaning that every chipset with the prefix Dimensity has a 5G modem.
Alternatively, the chipset with Helio in the name has a 4G modem. The dimensions are divided into five subgroups. At the top is the main series with the Dimensity 9000 processor, followed by the high-end series with the Dimensity 8000 and 8100. The house groups Dimensity 1000, Dimensity 900, Dimensity 800 and Dimensity 700 are also available.
this Tamanho 1300 is the most recent member of the Dimensity 1000 family and takes over from the Dimensity 1200. The 6nm chipset is built by TSMC based on its N6 manufacturing process (6nm class) and it has 8 CPU cores in a 1+ Array 3 + 4. The main core is a Cortex-A78 clocked at 3 GHz, combined with three weak cores, this core is also a Cortex-A78, but clocked at 2.6 GHz. The other four are Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 2.0GHz. Meanwhile, MediaTek has added a Mali-G77 GPU with new core APUs and six cores to lead with IA tasks. Other sources include Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6, dual 5G SIM support, update rate support up to 168Hz, and camera support up to 200MP.
The technical specifications of the Dimensity 1300 are the same as those of the Dimensity 1200. However, it is not a renamed chip. Again, MediaTek’s HyperEngine is a gaming technology that integrates hardware and software resources to provide a smooth and reliable gaming experience that sets these two chips apart. In comparison, the Dimensity 1200 has HyperEngine 3.0, while the Dimensity 1300 offers HyperEngine 5.0, including IA-oriented variable loading (AI-VRS), a softer frame rate, and IA-oriented volume reduction for streaming devices.
The Qualcomm chip has an advantage over rival chips, such as the Snapdragon 780G, at only less than 5nm, while being more energy efficient. However, it cannot match the Dimensity 1300 in gross CPU failure. It also has a 1+3+4 CPU cluster, but the Kryo 670 Prime cores (based on Cortex-A78) have a much smaller 2.4GHz clock. The same goes for your Kryo 670 Gold (also based on Cortex-A78), which is clocked at 2.2 GHz, while the remaining four cores, the Kryo 670 Silver (based on Cortex-A55), clock at 1.9. have GHz. In terms of GPU failures, the Dimensity 1300 is among the best. It has the same GPU as the Dimensity 1200 and the benchmarking is significantly better than the Adreno 642 GPU of the Snapdragon 780G. The Dimensity 1300 is also a better chip compared to the Snapdragon 778G, which is a 6nm version of the Snapdragon 780G, but with better memory bandwidth.
When mounted against the Exynos 1280, the Dimensity 1300 stands out. The Samsung chip has an advantage in its power efficiency of only 5nm, but it is much worse on the CPU. The Samsung chips powering the Galaxy A53 5G are organized in a 2+6 cluster, made up of two fast Cortex-A78 cores clocked at 2.4GHz, and the remaining six are Cortex-A55 cores running at 2.4GHz. a clock speed of 2.0 GHz. The Mali-G68 quad-core GPU is also not the same as the new-core Mali-G77 in the Dimensity 1300. MediaTek At least on paper, his new chip is a winner. Meanwhile, real world representations will paint a clearer picture. People can’t wait to see that it will be on the T variant of the OnePlus Nord 2, which should launch in late April or early May 2022.