Last month, rumors surfaced that MediaTek's latest flagship chipset was using the new ARMv9 architecture. According to various reports, MediaTek is also one of the first companies to launch a chipset based on TSMC 4-nanometer technology. The chipset is likely to be called Dimensity 2000, and now one of the whistleblowers has revealed its key features. It uses the A510 core. This means that in terms of processing cores, it is similar to Snapdragon 898 and Exynos 2200. Of course, it should be noted that these two 4-nanometer chipsets are made by Samsung.
On the other hand, the Mali-G710 MC10 is supposed to serve as its graphics processor. With Samsung using an AMD GPU for its flagship chip and Huawei no longer making it possible to build new chips, the Dimensity 2000 is the first (and only for a while) chip to use the G710.
According to ARM, this GPU offers about 20% better performance than the previous generation. But Samsung wants to offer 30% more speed using AMD GPU. The G710 is also said to use about 20 percent less power and about 35 percent faster in terms of machine learning tasks.
All three chips are expected to be introduced by the end of this year or early 2022. Some time ago, a report was published about MediaTek's efforts to create a new series of Dimensity chips, but due to problems in the chip industry, it is possible to change the company's plans. In any case, the first phones based on these chips will hit the market in early 2022, and we need to see what they have to say about each other in terms of performance.
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Source: Android Authority