MediaTek Dimension 5G processor can now be seen in all budget 5G smartphones. But the Snapdragon processors are still the first choice for flagship smartphones. More importantly, the company has become the choice of many mainstream brands like Oppo, Realme, Xiaomi, and OnePlus.
MediaTek’s Dementity 1200 processor is very popular. And the brand is already preparing to launch its successor, the MediaTek Dimensity 2000, which will be more appealing.
MediaTek Dimensity 2000 SoC Specifications
The MediaTek Dimensity 2000 will feature one Cortex-X2 prime core running at 3.0GHz. The Cortex-X1 is present on the Snapdragon 888 and Samsung Exynos 2100 SoC. It means MediaTek will go one step beyond it with its next flagship SoC.
The Exynos 2200 is aiming at 3.0 GHz for the prime core. Qualcomm, on the other hand, might be aiming slightly higher at 3.09 GHz, according to the tipster Ice Universe.
Rumors claiming that MediaTek Dimensity 2000 will use the brand new ARMv9 architecture. The most recent of these leaks claim that MediaTek could be one of the first companies to place orders with TSMC‘s 4 nm foundries.
In addition to the Prime Core, there are three Cortex-A710 cores and four A510 cores. This is the very same setup as the upcoming Snapdragon 898 and Exynos 2200. MediaTek planning to directly upgrade from its budget and powerful MediaTek Dimensity 1200 to Flagship Dimensity 2000. Where it competes against the powerful Snapdragon 898 and Exynos 2200.
Coming to the GPU, the GPU is said to be a Mali-G710 MC10 GPU. The G710 arrives as the successor of G78 and is set to give 20% more performance in the speeds and 35% better performance for machine learning tasks, according to ARM’s official numbers. Samsung is leaving Mali GPUs behind in favor of AMD GPU and Huawei’s future in chipset manufacturing is unpredictable.
MediaTek Dimensity 2000 Release Date
MediaTek was reportedly planning to launch the new Dimensity series by the end of 2021. Also, according to rumors, all three companies will unveil their new 4nm-based chips at the end of 2021. but with the current plague on the semiconductor industry plans change often. Even so, the first ARMv9 phones with the new chipsets should be out early next year.