On Thursday (7), MediaTek announced its new high-end chip, the Dimensity 1000+, as an improvement on the Dimensity 1000, which was launched last year. The processor is manufactured at 7 nm, has four Cortex-A77 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores, uses the Mali-G77 MP9 graphics chip and the memory controller supports LPDDR4X quad-channel modules.
The Dimensity 1000+ is a high-performance chip and is expected to equip several of the smartphone models aimed at games this year, as it supports screens with a refresh rate of 144 MHz, together with a maximum FHD + resolution and 21: 9 format.
5G with economy mode
As 5G modems consume a lot of energy, MediaTek developed 5G UltraSave technology, which reduces the performance of the connection when it is not being fully exploited. In this way, it is possible to save up to 32% energy without impacting the user experience.
At full power, the 5G modem can use two sub-6 GHz links to provide download and upload transfers of 4.7 Gbps and 2.5 Gbps, respectively. In dual SIM devices, the two chips can use the 5G connection.
MediaTek’s HyperEngine 2.0 technology manages hardware resources (CPU, graphics chip and RAM), allocating processing power as needed.
HyperEngine 2.0 even manages the performance of wireless networks, to minimize latency and interference. This feature can offer optimized performance from mobile networks to devices connected via Bluetooth.
The first company to announce that it will launch a smartphone with the Dimensity 1000+ chip was iQOO.