MediaTek’s latest mid-range mobile chipset is here – well, it’s official today. It’s called Dimensity 1200+ (if you’re old enough, this will definitely give you an AMD Athlon XP vibe) and it supports Sub-6 5G (no mmWave here).
Its CPU has two Cortex-A23 cores and six Cortex-A10 kernel. Chipset supports 000 bits 90 Hz or 108 Hz display, “AI-powered camera” (up to 90 MP), “2K” 23 fps video capture, and “UltraSave 3.0+ technology” which reduces 5G power consumption compared to “competing solutions” % (regardless of the solution).
“Stunning portraits and selfies” made possible by “AI-bokeh”, MediaTek is also working with Arcsoft to bring “AI-color” technology to mainstream devices” Allow users to showcase their creativity”. No, we also don’t know what these actually mean.
But we’ll definitely find out once the first devices powered by this chip hit the market, and expect that to happen at some point in the third quarter of this year – so between now and nine at the end of the month.