MediaTek is on the rise and unveiled its third chipset this month. Today it was the turn of the Dimensity 9200+, which was able to put the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in its place in the first Geekbench 6 tests. As the name suggests, it’s an overhauled version of last year’s Dimensity 9200 processor.
The Dimensity 9200+ is still manufactured on TSMC’s N4P node (4Nm, second generation) but is able to run its CPU and GPU at higher clock speeds. This includes all three CPU clusters, promising a 10% performance boost over the original version of the chip.
As for the ARM Immortalis G715 GPU, MediaTek has remained suspiciously quiet. On average, the graphics performance should increase by 17%, more was not revealed. The GPU supports FHD+ resolutions at 240Hz, QHD+ at 144Hz and dual 2.5K displays at 60Hz. Here are all the specs in detail.
Dimensity 9200+ specifications:
- 1x Arm Cortex-X3 at 3.35GHz
- 3x Arm Cortex-A715 up to 3.0GHz
- 4x Arm Cortex-A510 up to 2.0GHz
Max Memory Frequency
- UFS 4 + MCQ
- Sub-6GHz (FR1), mmWave (FR2), 2G-5G multi-mode, 5G-CA, 4G-CA, 5G FDD / TDD, 4G FDD / TDD, TD-SCDMA, WDCDMA, EDGE, GSM
- GPS L1CA+L5
- BeiDou B1I+ B2a + B1C + B2b
- Glonass L1OF
- Galileo E1 + E5a +E5b
- QZSS L1CA+ L5
- NavIC L5
- Wi-Fi 7 a/b/g/n/ac/ax/be
Max Camera Sensor Supported
- 320 MP
Max Video Capture Resolution
- 8K30 (7690 x 4320)
- 4K60 (3840 x 2160)
- Arm Immortalis-G715
- Full HD+ up to 240Hz
- WQHD up to 144Hz
AI Processing Unit
- MediaTek APU 690 (MDLA+MVPU+SME+DMA)
- Riscure (Hypervisor, Cryptocore)
- TUViT (Cryptocore)
- Thales (BROM)
However, maximum performance was not the only focus of development. The Dimensity 9200+ also handles the same workload with less power consumption. MediaTek brought the following examples:
For now, both MediaTek and the smartphone makers are keeping things under wraps. However, the first Dimensity 9200+ devices should already be about to premiere.