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The Dimensity 9200 performed strongly in AnTuTu, and Vivo signed up for it

When we read in the annals about the mobile developments of the year 2022, the overheating device will definitely be mentioned, and the situation was really scary even before the summer heat when we touched a hot device case. Not only, but mainly, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 brought such problems, which was somewhat improved by the 8+ Gen 1, also adding to the speed. Our wish for next year is that the chip designers and mobile brands use the production line and ARM developments not for extra performance, but for lower consumption, cooler operation and longer operating time.

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This year’s top MediaTek chips performed well and the continuation can build on this [+]

The next Snapdragon, Exynos and Dimensity chips may stay at 4 nm, but ARM has already come up with the Cortex-X3 performance core, which alone can bring a 25% advantage to the processor. In terms of graphics, ARM is producing the Immortalis-G715 GPU, which promises a 15% improvement. THE Digital Chat Station according to the upcoming Dimensity 9200, these two developments will be used as well, and in the AnTuTu online database, a phone performing test rounds with this chip could fail, rolling a convincing 1,266,102 points. For comparison: in our AnTuTu mixed test, the ROG Phone 6 leads with 1,116,679 points, which is a significant improvement.

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Vivo X80 pro offered waterproof casing and Dimensity 9000 chip
Vivo X80 pro offered waterproof casing and Dimensity 9000 chip [+]

Anyway, you don’t necessarily have to wait until 2023 for the new chip and the first phones: MediaTek can unveil the Dimensity 9200 as early as November, and one or more members of the Vivo X90 family have had their eye on the chip. Staying with the same source, reading about a 1220p display, IP protection and 120 watt lightning charging – the included adapter can supply power to a dual-distribution battery with a total capacity of 4700 mAh. Of course, everything in its own order: first comes MediaTek’s presentation, then comes Vivo.

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