Two MediaTek chips will arrive tomorrow, while the 5nm will only arrive next year

The Dimensity series will be expanded with two 5G chipsets on January 20th.


Taiwan’s MediaTek is rebuilding its high-end chip offering in nice silence, with Dimensity chips fitted with a 5G modem not getting into the phones sold here yet, because stocks have been depleted by models and packages launched in Asia. However, due to Huawei’s manufacturing difficulties, sufficient capacity may be freed up at semiconductor partners and, for example, with Honor becoming independent, another brand may be interested in MediaTek chips that can boldly place larger orders. Tomorrow, two new tiles are said to be coming from a bite.


A Dimensity 1200we’ve heard so far that it’s made on a 6nm node and may be slightly stronger than the Snapdragon 865 – which means it’s not intended against the Snapdragon 888, which is why it can end up in cheaper phones. The chip, code MT6893, can deploy four Cortex-A78 scales to 3 GHz and four 2.6 GHz Cortex-A55 cores supported by the Mali-G77MC9 GPU. THE Dimensity 1100 can build on similar foundations with lower clock speeds, offering four 2.6 GHz Cortex-A78 and four 2 GHz Cortex-A55 processor cores, up to 108 megapixel main camera, UFS 3.1 storage, LPDDR4x RAM and 168 Hz FHD + working with a panel.

The leaked MediaTek plan
The leaked MediaTek plan (source: Digital Chat Station)

At the same time, MediaTek may know the fresh chips, but it is said to have already begun work in 2022, and the drop-down from the 5nm node Dimensity 2000 may be the one that competes with the absolute hardware elite. The chip, coming in about a year from now, could build on the core of ARM’s Cortex-X2, which will be announced this year, alongside Cortex-A79 and A55 processor cores, and will first appear in Oppo, Vivo and Honor phones.

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