Taiwanese chip maker MediaTek, like its biggest competitors, is moving toward the 4nm chip manufacturing process. The brand has taken it to the AnTuTu benchmark to showcase its upcoming flagship chip, Dimension 2000.
The news was leaked via two major tipsters, the Digital Chat Station and Ice Universe, both of which have shared screenshots of Vivo phone’s AnTuTu benchmark results since Dimensity 2000. The unnamed Vivo phone (Vivo V2184) is the first phone to be accessed. Over 1 million points on the benchmark, making it the fastest smartphone ever.
For context, the Red Magic 6, powered by Snapdragon 888, is currently the highest-scoring smartphone on AnTuTu with a score of 858,734. Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max tops at 843,813.
According to rumors, MediaTek has already lined up many clients for its upcoming Dimension chips and Vivo is going to be one of them. If true, Vivo’s next Dimenisty flagship could be one of the world’s fastest smartphones. This Vivo phone is likely to be a model for the upcoming X series.
According to previous leaks, the MediaTek Dimensity 2000 will be based on TSMC’s 4nm process. The chip’s CPU configuration will include Cortex-X2 cores at 3.0 GHz, three Cortex-A710 cores, and four A510 CPU cores.
CPU performance is expected to be similar to Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 898 and Samsung’s Exynos 2200, but these chips will have different GPUs. Samsung is expected to surpass AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture in terms of GPU performance.
There is no word on when the Dimensity 2000 chip will be unveiled, but as Qualcomm is expected to unveil its rival chip on November 30, MediaTek has only a few to hit the market first. Are Weeks left