MediaTek intends the new 5G set for the middle category, but it is made on the same node where the Dimensity 9200 top chip is. Two performance-oriented Cortex-A715 cores of the eight-core processing unit work at a maximum of 2.8 GHz, and six energy-efficient Cortex-A510 cores work in the other cluster. The quad-core Mali-G610 GPU supports a maximum refresh rate of 144 Hz with FHD+ resolution, and according to MediaTek’s results, it achieves 100-120 fps in the GFX Bench Manhattan test.
Performance and energy management are coordinated by the manufacturer’s integrated AI Process Unit (APU), which also helps with image processing in addition to the Imagiq 765 and 14-bit HDR-ISP. The system handles up to a 200 megapixel camera, with the option of 4K HDR video recording and parallel recording with 1080p resolution with two cameras all-pixel with autofocus.
The game performance is a HyperEngine 5.0 enhances AI-controlled VRS (Variable Rate Shading) and results in energy-efficient operation. 5G data connection available on both SIM cards is integrated A sub-6GHz modem ensures a download speed of up to 4.7 Gbps, you can also connect to the WiFi 6E standard, and the latest 5.3 standard works with Bluetooth. The set can be accompanied by UFS 3.1 standard internal storage and system memory with a maximum speed of 6400 Mbps. The first devices equipped with the new chipset will be presented in China in the first quarter of this year.