MediaTek is stealing itself with a new system chip

The Dimensity 9000 SoC brings world-leading improvements in many ways.

MediaTeken has shown in recent times that they are serious about returning to the high-end system chip market after a short break, and this is now demonstrated quite strongly with their new development called Dimensity 9000, which introduces world-leading innovations in many respects, and itself SoC is prepared by the 4 nm process of TSMC.


The Dimensity 9000 is a three-cluster solution for the processor compartment. The fastest cluster consists of just one 3.05 GHz Cortex-X2 core, while the medium-fast three Cortex-A710s running at 2.85 GHz and the energy-efficient Cortex running at 1.8 GHz -You got an A510 seed. This is how a total of eight processor cores come out, which are powered by ARM DynamIQ. They share an 8 MB L3 cache, and for the L2 cache, the clusters offer 1024, 512, and 256 kB, respectively.



In the field of graphics computing, MediaTek is launching the ARM Mali-G710 in an MP10 configuration with an operating clock of 850 MHz. it is able to decode and even handle the latter content at 8K resolution, which is a serious weapon, although it is questionable whether this is justified at the ultramobile level.

As for the API (AI Processing Unit), MediaTek provided little data as usual, but all that is apostrophized about their development as the fifth generation is that the system hides four large and two small cores, but it’s still a secret how they are built. However, the hardware supports all NNAPI functions and is 400% faster and more energy efficient than the previous generation version, according to the manufacturer.

The quadruple 16-bit memory controller supports LPDDR5X system memory, coupled with a 6MB system-level cache, and the ISP, a signal processor, is more interesting, as the company has strengthened. The Imagiq790 handles a 320-megapixel camera, or 32 megapixels for three cameras. An integrated 5G modem has also been developed, which in theory allows a download speed of 7 Gbps and a upload speed of 3.2 Gbps, and is fully compatible with the 3GPP release 16 specification. It should be noted that SoC is the first in the world to support Bluetooth 5.3.


The new system chip is ready, but the TSMC 4 nm process is only available at the experimental production level for the time being, and of course the products of the partners will have to wait. However, it is likely that there will already be a device in the first quarter of next year that will use the Dimensity 9000.

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