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MediaTek among the first for 4 nm SoCs: Xiaomi, Oppo and vivo in queue

MediaTek intends to keep his leading position among processor manufacturers. According to the well-known Chinese insider Digital Chat Stationto this end, the company is already working hard on the next flagship chipset, made according to the most advanced technical process. Let's talk about 4 nm, a lithographic process that would allow a greater autonomy of the devices without being affected in terms of power. But let's see the news in detail, since we are talking about a MediaTek Dimensity 2000 as the next release.

MediaTek is the bitter enemy of Qualcomm but it seems that it will be she who will get her hands on the first 4 nm processors: Xiaomi, Oppo and vivo follow the story carefully

The Chinese serial informant indicates that MediaTek Dimensity 2000 will be released in the first half of next year and will be produced using a process to 4 nm. Now high-end mobile chips, such as Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or Apple A14 Bionic, are made to the standards a 5 nm. The transition to even more precise process technology it will improve energy efficiency

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and productivity.

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Dimensity 2000 is said to be built on the new architecture ARM v9 and the CPU will consist of two high-performance Cortex-X2 cores, Cortex-A710 e Cortex-A510. The flagship video accelerator Mali-G710 will be responsible for graphics, which are 20% more productive and consume 20% less power than its predecessor. 

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There is information according to which Oppo, live e Xiaomi are already interested in using MediaTek Dimensity 2000 in their future flagship devices. This means that the giants in question have already started placing their orders, or offers, to grab the lots.

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