MediaTek is expanding its lineup of mobile SoCs with the introduction of the Dimensity 9200+. This upgraded chipset will make its debut in upcoming Android phones set to hit the market later this month. Positioned as a slightly enhanced version of the Dimensity 9200, which has already powered premium Android devices like the Vivo X90, the Dimensity 9200+ aims to deliver an extra boost of performance.
|MediaTek Dimensity 9200+|
|CPU Prime||1x Cortex-X3 @ 3.35GHz|
|CPU Big||3x Cortex-A715 @ 3.0GHz|
|CPU Little||4x Cortex-A510 @ 2.0GHz|
|GPU||Immortalis G715 (+17%)|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 7 (6.5Gbps)|
|Camera||320MP, 18-bit ISP|
|Video||8K @ 30fps, 4K @ 60fps|
Enhanced Performance and Core Specifications
The Dimensity 9200+ from MediaTek competes directly with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors. Notable improvements include an Arm Cortex-X3 prime core clocked at 3.35 GHz, surpassing the 3.05 GHz performance core of its predecessor. Additionally, the Dimensity 9200+ features a triple cluster of Arm Cortex A-715 cores operating at 3.0 GHz, while the previous version peaked at 2.85 GHz. The efficiency cores have also received an upgrade, with four Arm Cortex-A510 cores running at 2.0 GHz, compared to the 1.8 GHz quad cluster on the Dimensity 9200.
Enhanced Battery Efficiency and Advanced Features
While the hardware remains largely unchanged, MediaTek claims software-side optimizations that result in up to 36% improved battery efficiency for the Dimensity 9200+. The chip incorporates HyperEngine 6.0 technology, offering a 12% boost in gaming performance, along with hardware-based ray-tracing for enhanced shadows and reflections, reduced motion blurring, high frame stability, and low latency when connected to Bluetooth audio devices. MediaTek’s latest offering also supports Wi-Fi 7, delivering faster data rates of up to 6.5Gbps, 70% higher efficiency, and 46% lower latency compared to competing solutions.
Cutting-Edge Connectivity and Multimedia Capabilities
The Dimensity 9200+ ensures a seamless multimedia experience, with support for 4K video recording at 60 fps and 8K video capture at 30 fps. It can also drive high-refresh-rate screens of up to 240Hz and offers peak WQHD resolution. MediaTek boasts studio-grade wireless music listening with 24-bit/192KHz output rate support. The connectivity suite includes Bluetooth v5.3 and mmWave 5G, complemented by dual-SIM dual-activity (DSDS) support.
Rumors suggest that Vivo’s sub-brand iQoo’s Neo 8 Pro and Asus’ ROG Phone 7 trim may be among the first devices to adopt MediaTek’s powerful Dimensity 9200+ SoC, promising users a superior mobile experience with enhanced performance, connectivity, and multimedia capabilities.