MediaTek Dimensity 9300+ Release Confirmed: Powerful Snapdragon Rival Incoming

Dimensity 9300

MediaTek has announced the launch of Dimensity 9300+ chipset. We have been expecting the new processor for quite some time now, and finally, things are getting official. This processor generated significant buzz even before its announcement, with many phones anticipated to feature its power. It succeeds the Dimensity 9300, a chipset that still holds its own in the market.

The Dimensity 9300 has powered a lot of phones since its arrival. It targets the high-end segment of smartphones and was able to give decent competition to Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. The Dimensity 9300 powers numerous top-performing phones, as shown by AnTuTu rankings for March. Hence, our expectations for the Dimensity 9300+ are high.

MediaTek 9300+

MediaTek has officially announced that they will be launching the new processor at the MediaTek Dimensity Developer Conference MDDC 2024. The event is scheduled for May 7. The poster also reveals that the processor will focus on AI enhancements.

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As the name suggests, the new chip will be an enhanced version of the original processor. Thanks to the GeekBench listing of Vivo X100s, we know some details of the Dimensity 9300+. The chip boasts a primary Cortex-X4 core (3.4 GHz), a secondary Cortex-X4 cluster (3 cores at 2.85 GHz), four Cortex-A720 cores (2.0 GHz), and an Arm Immortalis-G720 MP12 GPU (1,300 MHz).

Dimensity 9300+ Benchmark Scores

The phones expected to be powered by the upcoming processor include the Vivo X100s, X100s Pro, and Redmi K70 Ultra. Recently, we also covered the AnTuTu benchmark scores of the Vivo X100s running on Dimensity 9300+. It scores a decent 2,305,607 points on AnTuTu. For comparison, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 has a best score of 2,138,119. Moreover, the processor also shined on the GeekBench 6.2 with 2,313 points in single-core and 7,743 in multicore.

The processor is expected to make a debut with the Vivo X100s phone, which can be announced sometime in May. That said, this processor seems to be a strong option that may power a lot of phones in the second half of 2024.

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