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MediaTek Dimensity 1100 is also coming: here are the differences with the Dimensity 1200

Today was a day in which we heard a lot about MediaTek, the Taiwanese company that seems to have risen from the ashes that have seen it for years sunk and anchored to the reputation of a company producing low-cost and above all poor processors. . Nothing could have been more false for a year now and with the Dimensity series, everything seems to be looking positive.

For January 20 there is a lot of hype, in relation to the new Dimensity 1200, a high-end SoC that could be equipped on the new Redmi K40, which is also scheduled as a launch date at January 20, but there are many leakers that just quest 'today revealed the existence of an additional chipset, of a slightly lower range and he responds to the name of Dimensity 1100. But what are the differences and why prefer one to the other processor from MediaTek?

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MediaTek Dimensity 1100 is also coming: here are the differences with the Dimensity 1200

In reality there do not seem to be many differences, as the MediaTek Dimensity 1100 will be slightly less powerful than the older brother Dimensity 1200, both made with a 6 nm production process but in the case of the 1100 model, this will be weakened (so to speak) clocked at maximum 2,6 GHz, using 4X Cortex A78 cores and 4X Cortex A55 cores. There will also be support for LPDDR4X RAM and UFS 3.1 memories.

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Also there will be support for cameras with sensor up to 108 MP and display in Full HD + resolution with refresh rate up to 144 Hz. In short, all specifications that could just coincide with the Redmi K40. In terms of performance? The MediaTek Dimensity 1200 will have similarities to the former high end Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 while the Dimensity 1100 will be more similar to the good Snapdragon 765G. But as always, software optimization alone will make a difference.

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