iQOO Z1 With MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ Scores 530,000 In AnTuTu


iQOO has announced that the new iQOO Z1 5G smartphone will be released on May 19. Prior to this, VIVO’s official website has preheated the Z1, saying it comes with a Dimensity 1000+ processor and a 144Hz racing screen.

According to iQOO mobile, the iQOO Z1 5G Performance Pioneer is about to awaken to debut and to make an impression, starting from the ‘core’. Come and watch at 14:30 on May 19!


The iQOO mobile officially revealed several highlights of the iQOO Z1 smartphone this morning. As we knew, it will sport the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chip. Now, it turns out this chip has a running score of over 530,000, and also, comes with an industry-standard smooth screen, a faster 5G solution, and a strong battery life.

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Recently, it has been reported that the iQOO Z1 6GB + 128GB starts at 2,498 yuan ($352). Just a reminder, this is the first handset coming with a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor. It will also come with a 44W flash charge.


Previously, we have informed that MediaTek released the enhanced version of Dimensity 1000 series technology – Dimensity 1000+ 5G chip. According to the manufacturer, this 5G chip is based on the flagship platform performance of the original series. So this is a great gift for those who want an alternative high-end flagship to the Qualcomm-based models.

Some highlights of the Dimensity 1000+ include:

  • comes with a MediaTek 5G UltraSave power-saving technology;
  • supports the industry’s highest screen refresh rate of 144Hz,
  • adopts MediaTek HyperEngine 2.0 game optimization engine.
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  1. newphoenix
    May 13, 2020

    Finally a high-end Mediatek SOC in a phone.

  2. Surfer9
    May 13, 2020

    Not only that but with even cheaper price which shows how Qualcomm and Samsung scammed us all these years with their chipsets!

  3. Surfer9
    May 13, 2020

    The biggest highlight you forgot (or failed) to mention is the support of AV1 decoding.. no chipset currently support that (not even on laptops or desktops) other than this Dimensity.