MediaTek Dimensity 9400 Specifications Have Been Tipped


MediaTek Dimensity 9400

MediaTek recently unveiled the Dimensity 9300+ as a beefier version of its flagship chipset. The new version was revealed earlier this month, and while it’s relatively new, there are already some talks about the Dimensity 9400 chipset. MediaTek’s next flagship SoC should be revealed later this year. Ahead of that, the reliable tipster Digital Chat Station shared some details about the new chipset.

MediaTek Dimensity 9400 has detailed revealed

According to the tipster, the MediaTek Dimensity 9400 will carry the MT6991 model number and is expected to use TSMC’s second-generation 3nm N3E node. It is rumored to offer up to 34% lower power consumption. This is an interesting development, since it will allow MediaTek to continue its aggressive push on performance with an all-big core chipset.

The MediaTek Dimensity 9400 will retain the all-big core strcutre from its predecessor. According to the rumors, the upcoming chipset will bring 1 x ARM Cortex-X925 core clocked at 3.4 GHz. Moreover, we expect 3 x ARM Cortex-X4 cores and 4 x ARM Cortex-A725 cores joining the setup. Just like the current Dimensity 9300/9300+ series, the next Dimensity 9400 won’t bring power-efficient Cortex-A520 cores. However, we expect MediaTek to keep balance between power and energy, and the new 3nm manufacturing process will certainly help on that.

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The Dimensity 9400 core structure leaked earlier this year. However, with the reveal of the new ARM v9.2 cores, we know there won’t be a Cortex-X5 core. After all, ARM’s new big cores are called Cortex-X925. The early Geekbench test runs that show the testing version of this chipset. The tests suggest it will exceed the Snapdragon 4 Gen 4 in the CPU and GPU departments. It’s not a big surprise to see this chipset taking the edge in benchmarks, though. The all-big core structure certainly gives it advantage over other chipsets.

We still have many months ahead of the Dimensity 9400 reveal, which is expected to take place in Q4 2024. Therefore, we expect more details to surface in the coming months.

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