Chip Mediatek Dimensity 9200+

MediaTek announces its new Dimensity 9200+ chip to compete against Qualcomm Snapdragon

  • The Dimensity 9200+ is the latest offering from MediaTek to rival Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors.
  • The new chip features performance improvements with an Arm Cortex-X3 unit clocked at 3.35GHz and a 17% boost to the Arm Immortalis G715 GPU.
  • Plus, it offers software optimizations that enable up to 36% better battery efficiency, Wi-Fi 7 and 5G compatibility, and a studio-quality wireless music listening experience.

Mediatek presents its new SoC mobile chip, the Dimensity 9200+, which will be present in the next high-end Android mobile phones that will be released at the end of the month.

This new version is an improvement on the Dimensity 9200 and seeks to compete with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors.

Dimensity 9200+ chip performance improvements

The main core of the Dimensity 9200+ is an Arm Cortex-X3 unit clocked at 3.35 GHz, which is an improvement over the previous version.

In addition, the three Arm Cortex A-715 cores of the new processor run at 3.0 GHz, while its predecessor reached a maximum speed of 2.85 GHz.

The four efficient Arm Cortex-A510 cores of the Dimensity 9200+ also have a maximum speed of 2.0 GHz, in contrast to the 1.8 GHz of the Dimensity 9200. The Arm Immortalis G715 GPU has also improved its performance by 17% .

Software optimizations

The hardware of the Dimensity 9200+ is identical to its predecessor, but some software improvements have been made to improve battery efficiency by 36%. HyperEngine 6.0 technology promises up to 12% gains when gaming, and several additional features have been added, such as hardware-based ray tracing, motion blur reduction, and lower latency with Bluetooth audio devices.

Connectivity with the Dimensity 9200+ chip

The Dimensity 9200+ supports Wi-Fi 7, which offers data speeds of up to 6.5 Gbps. It also offers 70% higher efficiency and 46% lower latency compared to its rivals. Connectivity includes Bluetooth v5.3 and mmWave 5G with dual SIM dual activity (DSDS) support.

The new processor can also capture 4K video at up to 60fps frame rate and 8K video at 30fps. Drive displays with up to 240Hz refresh rate and maximum WQHD resolution.

Vivo’s Neo 8 Pro, the iQoo sub-brand, and Asus’ ROG Phone 7 are expected to be the first phones to use MediaTek’s Dimensity 9200+.

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