As we move into the fourth quarter, there is more and more news about Qualcomm and MediaTek’s latest flagship mobile platforms. According to the digital blogger Digital Chat Station today, the MediaTek iteration platform is progressing well, the Dimensity 9200 is released earlier than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, and the first new phone is scheduled for late November.
The blogger also revealed that the tentative schedule for the new Dimensity 8200 is also at the end of the year, which is much faster than the new platform of the Snapdragon 7 series using the TSMC N4 process.
The Dimensity 9200 is expected to be the next generation of the Dimensity 9000 series and MediaTek’s new flagship mobile platform. More information on the Dimensity 9200 is currently unknown. According to past experience, the CPU super core of Dimensity 9200 is expected to use ARM’s latest Cortex-X3 large core. Taking Cortex-X3 as an example, the L2 cache is upgraded to 1MB, the instruction per cycle of the decoder is increased to 6, and the out-of-order execution window is also upgraded to 320.
In terms of GPU, the Dimensity 9200 is expected to use ARM’s new Immortalis-G715 flagship GPU. Compared with the previous generation Mali-G710, Immortalis-G715 has a 15% increase in performance, a 15% increase in energy efficiency, and a 2x increase in machine learning performance. In addition, the biggest highlight of Immortalis-G715 is that it supports hardware-level mobile light tracking.