MediaTek has already begun announcing the world’s first 4-nanometer chipset for smartphones, which they say will be their product.
We do not know how well this claim is, but we hear several particular chipset manufacturers. One of these is the Vivo, the first device to cross the one million point limit in an AnTuTu measurement as an Android device.
The device is codenamed Vivo V2184, and its MT6983 chip served under the housing when the benchmark measurements were made. According to Fama, this is none other than the Dimensity 2000, and the smartphone in question is most likely a model in the X-Series.
The record result has also been reported by reliable leakers such as Digital Chat Station or Ice Universe, but AnTuTu itself has not yet confirmed the validity of the score.
Currently, the device with the highest performance, or if you prefer AnTuTu, running the Android operating system, is the Red Magic 6, which features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset inside. The game-designed smartphone scored 858,734 points in the benchmark app, in which only the iPad Pro models powered by the Apple M1 chip have been able to achieve more than a million so far.
The entertaining videos now published by MediaTek lack the specifics. For the time being, they talk about excellent performance and uptime, and another commonplace. Browsing through the unofficial information reveals more.
For example, some say the Taiwanese company has already agreed with TSMC, and they will manufacture the 4-nanometer chip, while Samsung and Qualcomm chips will be made at Samsung’s plants. According to the Digital Chat Station, the Dimensity 2000 will have one 3.0 GHz Cortex-X2, three Cortex-A710, and four Cortex-A510 cores.
The clock speed of the primary X2 core is also reported to be the same for the Snapdragon 898 and Exynos 2200 chips, meaning the three chipsets will have nearly the same performance in terms of processor performance. Still, there will be plenty of differences in terms of graphics acceleration.
The MediaTek Dimensity 2000 will receive an ARM Mali-G710 MC10 module, the Exynos 2200 equipped with an AMD RDNA 2 GPU, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 will be fitted with a brand new Adreno 730 unit.
Benchmark records here, marketing promises there, a new set of high-end chips can be found no earlier than late November early December when Qualcomm finally announces the Snapdragon 898. Some say it could happen as early as November 30, leaving MediaTek with just a few weeks to unveil Dimensity 2000 and outperform its competitor by introducing the world’s first 4-nanometer mobile chip.