It seems that MediaTek's new 8000 Dimension series chips have been successful since its inception, attracting positive reviews from companies such as OnePlus, Oppo and Redmi.
MediaTek recently unveiled its 8000 diversity series chips in 8000 and 8100 series during MWC 2022. chips that are very powerful thanks to the new Cortex-A78 cores, and although they can not be considered a competitor to the flagship chips, they certainly shine in mid-range phones.
This clever policy by MediaTek, along with its outstanding performance in the production of quality chips, has led many companies to use its chips in their phones with complete satisfaction, and we have clearly seen the result in recent years. The Dimension City 8000 series is likely to be no exception, and will be one of the best mid-range processors.
The GT Neo 3 will use the 8100 Dimension chip, but it's not likely to be the only company to make that decision. Redmi CEO Lou Weibing also mentioned in a recent interview that the Redmi K50 Pro will also use the chip.
It looks like the Redmi K50 series is set to officially launch later this month. To go to market. At least we expect the Pro and standard models to be available. There is also a gaming edition model that we have already seen introduced with the 1st generation Snapdragon 8. Interestingly, last year, Redmi equipped the two standard and Pro models of the Redmi K40 series with the powerful Snapdragon 888 chip, while using a relatively mid-range 1200 chip for its gaming phone. But this year the story changed completely.
OnePlus is also seen among the companies that intend to use the 8100 Density chip in their phones. Of course, the Chinese company did not specify exactly which phone is going to be equipped with this chip, but it seems that this phone is from the rolling series, because the company always uses Qualcomm chips for its flagships. But recently, Rolling 2 and Rolling CE 2 were launched with Density 1200 and 900 chips. Rumor has it that the OnePlus Rolling 2T will hit the market with the Diamond 1300 chip unveiled along with the 8000 Series, but it is possible that this phone will be equipped with the same Diamond 8100. Or finally another rolling van is on the way.
This list is not over yet. It is reported that Oppo also wants to use the 8000 diversity series in its mid-range Oppo K10 series handsets. Of course, in the company's teaser, nothing exact has been announced, and we only see the phrase "8000 series of diversity". But the processor of choice is likely to be the same as the Diamond 8100.
The Diamond 8000 chip has weaker graphics than the 8100, but the K-Series is also more economical than Oppo phones and is designed for those with a limited budget. As a result, it is not possible to say exactly what processors will be the beating heart of these phones.
MediaTek has announced that the first phone with an 8000 and 8100 ounce chip will hit the market in the first quarter of this year. We are now in early March and we have to see which company launches its representative sooner than the others equipped with good MediaTek chips.