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    Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores
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    On Thursday, November 18, 2021, MediaTek unveiled its newest and most powerful mobile processor called Dimensity 9000 5G, which was made for the first time in the industry with 4-nanometer TSMC lithography and on paper, compared to current models, in consumption. Provides more energy savings. The Dimensity 9000 is also the first chipset to feature advanced Cortex-X2 and Cortex-A710 cores, LPDDR5X RAM and Bluetooth version 5.3. The introduction of the Dimensity 9000 should be considered the beginning of a new era in the life of MediaTek because, unlike the company's previous advanced chips, this time big competitors such as Qualcomm and Samsung have been challenged at the highest level.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores Processing cores

    Dimensity 9000 As mentioned, the first mobile chipset The market is made by TSMC with 4-nanometer lithography, and the presence of Arm's new V9 architecture gives the collection a double effect. In the processing part of this chipset, we are faced with a 4 + 3 + 1 layout, which at the highest level uses a powerful Cortex-X2 core (which MediaTek calls ultra core) with a maximum frequency of 3.05 GHz and a 1 MB L2 cache. In the middle level, 3 Cortex-A710 cores (called "super cores from MediaTek's point of view) with a frequency of 2.85 GHz and 512 KB L2 cache are used, and finally four low-level Cortex-A510 cores with a maximum frequency of 1.8 GHz and 256 KB L2 cache They also complete this collection. Level 3 cache of this set is 8 MB.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with the X2 and Cortex-A710 cores. In terms of energy consumption, there is talk of a 37% improvement. </p> <p> </p> <img src= Graphics

    Dimensity 9000 5G In the graphics section, it once again claims the title of the first chipset to use the new GPU Arm, the Mali-G710. Due to US sanctions (at least for now) there will be no way to produce a new product, and Qualcomm with Adreno graphics and Samsung with AMD graphics have parted ways with Arm.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the firs t 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores The current Dimensity 9000 is equivalent to the 20-core G78MP20 graphics of Google Tensor. This puts the Dimensity 9000 graphics even higher, with a nearly 20% performance improvement commensurate with quality enhancement in the new generation. According to MediaTek, the maximum frequency of the graphics cores of this series is around 850 MHz. </p> <p> In describing this graphic, MediaTek has mentioned 35% better performance and 60% improvement in energy consumption compared to The Dimensity 9000 supports LPDDR5X high-speed memory, the standard of which was released by JEDEC last July with access to 8,533Mbps. Although MediaTek has limited this rate to 7,500Mbps for undisclosed reasons, it also offers nearly 17% more bandwidth than the 6,400Mbps solutions based on LPDDR5. The memory controller on this chipset, of course, still fully supports the usual LPDDR5 RAMs up to 6,400Mbps, and thus, at the discretion of the phone manufacturer, the previous technology can still be used in this area. Samsung also recently unveiled LPDDR5X RAM technology with support for 64GB at 8.5 Gbps, so we'll have to wait for Samsung's response soon.

     Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores Artificial Intelligence Processing Unit (APU)

    in the Dimensity 9000 5G structure of the generation The fifth artificial intelligence processing unit (AI Processing Unit (APU) is used, which according to the manufacturer compared to the previous generation, Dimensity 1200, with a 400% improvement in performance and the same amount of improvement in energy consumption. Of course, it goes without saying that in order to determine the amount of improvement made in this area, it should be measured in comparison with other platforms. The manufacturer has used the ETHZ benchmark for this purpose, in which the Dimensity 9000 managed to beat the Google Pixel 6 and its Tensor processor by a difference of 16%. This achievement is a remarkable achievement while Google's Tensor processor has already surpassed other Android flagships.

     Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores Video Signal Processor (ISP) and Multimedia Capabilities The chipset supports almost all currently popular codecs, and although it does not yet feature AV1 encoding, it is the first processor to support 8K AV1 decoding (content playback), according to MediaTek. It is important to note that previous generations of Dimensity and other SoCs only supported 4K resolution in this mode.

    https://mobiletony.com  Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores. It can be used to power the most advanced mobile monitors. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. p> </p> <img src=

    Imagiq790 is the world's first ISP to support 320-megapixel sensors, and the company speaks of working closely with sensor vendors to make such a sensor a reality. This was repeated last year, with reference to support for the 200-megapixel sensor when Samsung introduced the Snapdragon 888 and then the 200-megapixel ISOCELL HP1 sensor in September. The Dimensity 9000 video signal processor supports three 32-megapixel cameras simultaneously, allowing you to capture 4K HDR video from three cameras simultaneously. This ISP can process up to 270 frames per second to generate an 18-bit 4K HDR output.

    https://mobiletony.com  Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores 5G Modem - WiFi and Bluetooth

    Like other processors in this family, the Dimensity 9000 uses an internal 5G modem that although It does not support mmWave technology, but its connection speed and quality have improved visually. For the first time, this modem supports 3CC carrier aggregation with a maximum frequency of 300 MHz under the Sub-6GHz network, which increases the download speed on paper to 7 Gbps. The manufacturer also talks about the very good energy consumption of this modem, which is in a very good position compared to competitors.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores

    MediaTek links the reason for the absence of mmWave in an advanced product such as Dimensity 9000 to market needs and current customer focus; Where this technology is virtually competitive in the US market alone, many smartphone manufacturers are abandoning mmWave-based 5G in their global products. Knowing this, MediaTek speaks of the unlikely presence of the Dimensity 9000 in American products and coming to terms with it, given that the company's main focus is to work with manufacturers that cover the rest of the world. According to MediaTek, the company will introduce processors equipped with the fifth generation mmWave modem to the US market next year, but the first examples of this technology will be low-end and mid-range processors.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing Dimensity 9000 5G, the first 4-nanometer processor with X2 and Cortex-A710 cores

    Dimensity 9000 in the WiFi section with the company's internal solution from Wi-Fi 6E supports 6 GHz bandwidth and 160 MHz channel bandwidth, and Bluetooth 5.3 also appears for the first time.

    The first smartphones equipped with the Dimensity 9000 processor will be launched in the first quarter of 2022, and although the first company to use this chipset is still unknown, we can speak with a high degree of confidence in the Chinese nationality of this manufacturer. .





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