MediaTek is expanding its product range in the chipset market with the successful introduction of their Dimensity lineup. Last year, the company demonstrated a competitive advantage over Qualcomm with its Dimensity 9000+ chip and continued to compete effectively with Qualcomm’s own next-generation offering. The success was due to a combination of performance and efficiency. The company has released a mid-range chipset with features emphasizing gaming and photography, accompanied by reduced power consumption.
The MediaTek Dimensity 7200 uses the TSMC N4P process, the same technology implemented in the Dimensity 9200 series and an advancement from its predecessor Dimensity 9000. It is equipped with two Cortex-A715 cores capable of reaching a peak frequency of 2.8GHz, and six Cortex-A510 cores. The Mali G610 MC4 GPU is responsible for visuals, and is comparable to the G710 present in the Dimensity 9000, although it has less shader cores. This device has the capabilities to support a full HD display with up to 144Hz refresh rate, in addition to HDR10+, CUVA HDR and Dolby HDR. MediaTex’s HyperEngine 5.0 supports AI-enabled Variable Rate Shading and UFS 3.1 storage technology, offering faster loading times.
MediaTek states that this chipset employs a 14-bit HDR ISP, allowing for 4K HDR video capture as well as up to 200MP resolution for the main camera. It supports two video stream inputs up to full HD resolution. The built-in APU allows for a range of AI-enhanced camera capabilities, including real-time portrait enhancement.
The MediaTek Dimensity 7200 is compatible with 5G sub-6GHz networks, offering a maximum download speed of 4.7Gbps. This device offers features such as 2CC Carrier Aggregation, Dual 5G SIM, Wi-Fi 6E Triband and Bluetooth 5.3.
5G smartphones with this chipset will be available globally in the first quarter of 2023, although no announcements have been made yet. This chipset appears to offer a promising range of features, and we expect to see it featured in various device releases.
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