MediaTek’s new Dimensity 9000+ chipset will debut in flagship smartphones in Q3 2022


MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 chipset is certainly no slouch in the performance department but the chipmaker has just announced the Plus variant which promises to bump up the speed and ISP experience even more whilst future-proofing connectivity. The Dimensity 9000+ is expected to appear in flagship smartphones around Q3 of 2022. We’ve got more details on what to expect from MediaTek’s newest flagship processor for you after the break.

As you would expect, MediaTek hasn’t reinvented the wheel with the Dimensity 9000+, it’s a mid-season refresh of an already very capable 4nm processor. In basic terms, the 9000+ brings a modest 5% boost in CPU performance with the Arm Mali-G710 MC10 GPU gaining 10% as well.

Key Features:

  • Imagiq 790: The flagship 18-bit HDR-ISP supports 320MP, as well as simultaneous triple camera 18-bit HDR video recording. The powerful 9Gpixel/s ISP also supports 4K HDR Video + AI noise reduction that enables the highest quality results even in extreme low-light scenarios.
  • Leading 3GPP Release-16 5G Modem: The integrated 5G modem amplifies sub-6GHz performance up to 7Gbps downlink using 3CC Carrier Aggregation (300MHz) and supports R16 UL enhancement. The Dimensity 9000+ also integrates 5G/4G Dual SIM Dual Active support and MediaTek’s 5G UltraSave 2.0 power-saving enhancement suite for improved efficiency.
  • MediaTek MiraVision 790: The Dimensity 9000+ supports the latest 144Hz WQHD+ displays or super-fast 180Hz FullHD+ displays, while optimizing power efficiency with MediaTek’s Intelligent Display Sync 2.0 technology. Furthermore, MediaTek’s latest Wi-Fi Display technology can support up to 4K60 HDR10+ video.
  • Wi-Fi 6E, New GNSS with Beidou III-B1C and New Bluetooth 5.3: Smartphone users can enjoy seamless connectivity thanks to the chip’s support for the latest Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GNSS standards.

We should see the Dimensity 9000+ powering some real flagship smartphones in Q3 of 2022.


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