MediaTek recently announced its flagship Dimension 9000 chipset, which is built on a 4nm manufacturing process. That being said, the chipset has outperformed Qualcomm’s chip, and the company is confident in its approach. According to previous reports, Qualcomm and Samsung’s 2022 chipsets, built on Samsung’s 5nm process, are suffering from overheating and throttling. This is why many fear that the same problems could plague the MediaTek Dimensity 9000.
During the interview with Dr. Android authorityKevin Keating, MediaTech’s Global PR Director, says the company is confident about the chip and is getting better results from tests. With a jolt to Qualcomm, he added, “There is only one company with heating problems right now. And it’s not us. “” Competitors like to toss this (heating problem) around MediaTek, but we don’t have a heating problem. ”
“I think the areas in which we balance things are probably power management, Wi-Fi, and we can do some internal trade-offs in our portfolio,” he added, noting that they have built 5G radio chips and 4G SoCs. The same process
A major concern is the global chip shortage, which has led to delays in smartphone launches and more. But the company says it thinks it clearly has, says Finbar Moynihan, vice-president and general manager of marketing at MediaTech. , And 12nm products.
Another hurdle for MediaTek is that Dimension does not come with 9000 mmWave support. However, the company said that next year we will see devices with the first mmWave-toting dimension chips in the lower layers of the Dimension 9000 chipset. Although mmWave is mainly used in the United States, it may not be a big problem.
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