MediaTek Dimensity 8000 tested in AnTuTu it will be

MediaTek Dimensity 8000 tested in AnTuTu – it will be able to compete with Snapdragon 888 on equal terms

Late last year, MediaTek released the flagship processor Dimensity 9000, capable of competing with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. It is expected to be accompanied by several cheaper chips in the near future. One of them, which will be launched under the name Dimensity 8000, was tested in AnTuTu and showed a comparable result to the previous flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888.

Image source: Mediatek

Image source: Mediatek

The test results were shared by a Digital Chat Station insider. According to the picture he posted, the test platform based on Dimensity 8000 scores 820,230 points in the benchmark. For comparison, devices based on Snapdragon 888 gain between 750 and 880 thousand points.

Image source: Digital Chat Station

Image source: Digital Chat Station

The Dimensity 8000 is a 5nm chipset, so it can be compared to last year’s Qualcomm flagship. According to Digital Chat Station, the new MediaTek chip will be equipped with four powerful Cortex-A78 cores with a frequency of 2.75 GHz and four Cortex-A55 cores. The brand new GPU Mali-G510 is responsible for the graphics. Arm claims this GPU is twice as fast and 22% more power efficient than their previous designs. It’s not entirely clear what “earlier developments” Arm is referring to, but the result of 315,000 points in AnTuTu looks decent. For comparison, Adreno 660 as part of Snapdragon 888 and 888+ gains from 300 to 325 thousand points. The GPU in the Snapdragon 870 even shows a result of 250,000 “parrots”.

It is reported that Dimensity 8000 aims to compete with Snapdragon 870. Dimensity 8100 is supposed to compete with Snapdragon 888. An insider previously reported that a chip that was originally going to be called the Dimensity 8000 will appear under that name, but is now reporting that we’re talking about two different products. The Dimensity 8100 will offer users the same configuration of compute and graphics cores as the younger chip, but with higher clock speeds.


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