Taiwanese chipmaker, MediaTek took to Twitter to announce its latest flagship processor. According to the company, its most advanced chip so far uses the 4nm manufacturing process. The company also claims that this chip will be official soon. Unfortunately, it did not give any information on the name or the launch date of this chip. Nevertheless, we expect this chip to have a good performance. There are speculations that this chip could be the upcoming Dimensity 2000 SoC. The company wrote, “Rise to incredible with our most advanced chip yet, built with 4nm process technology. More power in your pocket — coming soon”.
The Twitter post comes with a video that emphasizes more power and an almost “endless” battery life. According to previous reports, the Dimensity 2000 will use TSMC’s 4nm manufacturing process. The CPU consist of 1 x 3.0GHz X2 super large core + 3 x 2.85GHz large core + 4 x 1.8GHz small core. Furthermore, this chip will come with a Mali-G710 MC10 GPU
At present, the specifications of Dimensity 2000 and Snapdragon 898 are very close (Snapdragon 898 is also a three-cluster architecture, including super-large core, large core, and small core), and the latter’s AnTuTu score is likely to exceed 1 million points. It is worth noting that the mass production and commercialization of Dimensity 2000 will be later than Snapdragon 898. While the Snapdragon 898 will launch this year, Dimensity 2000 should arrive in the first quarter of next year.
MediaTek Dimensity 2000 AnTuTu score exceeds 1 million
Today a very reliable tipster Ice Universe shared a screenshot of AnTuTu showing the very first benchmark score for a smartphone with Dimensity 2000. The identity of this smartphone is not revealed, perhaps it’s based on a test unit for the chipset. However, the result is enough to show that MediaTek isn’t playing with its next flagship-tier chip. The Dimensity 2000 has broken some barriers in the AnTuTu Benchmark reaching a score of whopping 1,002,220 points. Curiously, the app shows two warnings stating that the score has not been verified online, and also that it’s beyond the “normal” level. Obviously, AnTuTu isn’t ready for the 2022 chipsets yet, but we assume that a 1 Million+ score will become the new “normal”. Unless that the app developers bring the “score base” a little down.
Interestingly, the MediaTek Dimensity 2000 smartphone that ran AnTuTu probably is an unfinished product. So we may have even higher or lower results with the final product. Of course, the score will vary with respect to the manufacturer. MediaTek has a good relationship with many smartphone brands. Thus, we expect these companies to be able to add positive tweaks to the Dimensity 2000.