The improvements marked Dimensity 8050 and 9200+ are not considered new, but they slightly improve the capabilities of their predecessor.
MediaTek is expanding its portfolio with two system chips, in the case of which it is worth emphasizing that they cannot be considered new developments in the strictest sense of the word, but rather new versions of previously introduced chips.
The high-end Dimensity 9200+ is a crease-stitched version of the Dimensity 9200 released last year. Compared to its predecessor, the difference is to be found in the clock signals, because in the new edition the Cortex-X3 core can also operate at 3.35 GHz, but the Cortex-A715 cores have also reached 3 GHz, and the energy-saving Cortex-A510 cores have 2 They work at GHz. This is actually a clock speed increase of between 200-300 MHz, but even the Immortalis-G715 IGP became 17% faster.
The consumption of the Dimensity 9200+ also increased, but not to the extent that the design is faster, so the energy efficiency improved in the end.
The Dimensity 8050 would rather attack more affordable devices, and its foundations are provided by the chip introduced with the Dimensity 1200. This SoC has already been released with a new type designation, but the essence of the 8050 edition was to reduce consumption, so the performance did not change compared to the Dimensity 1200, but the energy efficiency became more favorable, which can ultimately be considered useful in the market of ultra-mobile devices .
MediaTek highlighted the availability of HyperEngine 6.0 for both newly introduced SoCs, but since it is a software, it can be said that it is expected that it will be provided alongside the newly announced hardware. Both the Dimensity 9200+ and 8050 are available for partners to order, and are expected to arrive in individual devices later this year.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.
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