Due to its unique setup, the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 chipset is receiving a lot of attention. The believed specifications were just shared on the Chinese social media platform Weibo by tipster Digital Chat Station, and the silicon has the potential to be a powerhouse. The chip will reportedly have 4 Cortex-A720 performance CPU cores in addition to 1 Cortex-X4 prime CPU core, 3 Cortex-X4 prime CPU cores, and 1 Cortex-X4 prime CPU core. No efficiency cores exist. Arm’s Immortalis G720 MC12 serves as the GPU.

The Dimensity 9300 reportedly outperformed the CPU and GPU scores of the soon-to-be-announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC on AnTuTu version 10, while particular benchmark results for the chip have not yet been made public. The N4P process node from TSMC, which is actually an improved 5nm process, is used to manufacture the Dimensity 9300. According to TSMC, the N4P beats the original N5 5nm process by 11%.

The N4P node, on which the Dimensity 9300 is based, improves power efficiency by 22%, transistor density by 6%, and performance by 6.6% when compared to the foundry’s original 4nm process, N4. The Dimensity 9300 chipset is expected to offer a 15% performance increase over the Dimensity 9200 chipset while consuming 40% less power.

The Vivo X100 series, which is expected to be released next month, should have the Dimensity 9300 as its first smartphone. By the first quarter of 2024, the application processor industry will be extremely competitive. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are powered by the A17 Pro, the only 3nm smartphone chipset that has been launched to date. Before 2023 is over, the Dimensity 9300 SoC should be able to handle the Vivo X100 series.

And by the first quarter of 2019, some devices from Samsung’s Galaxy S24 top line will be powered by both the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy and the Exynos 2400 (yep, that chip is being discussed). Speaking of the Exynos 2400 SoC, it is distinctive in and of itself thanks to its deca-core setup.

Phone fanatics will be pleased as long as none of these chipsets experience overheating. When overheating on the iPhone 15 Pro line was shown to be a software issue unrelated to the A17 Bionic, the initial concern was revealed to be unfounded. Last month, MediaTek informed us that claims claiming the Dimensity 9300 was overheating were untrue, and because to Samsung’s prior behavior, there are concerns regarding the Exynos 2400.

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