Dimensity 2000 will be used on TSMC 4nm node, Cortex-X2, and Mali-G710
Last month, a rumor claimed that MediaTek’s next-generation Dimensity flagship chip seats will use the new ARMv9 architecture. This is the first rumor that MediaTek is one of the first to place orders with TSMC’s 4 nm foundries.
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It will have a Cortex-X2 Prime Core running at 3.0 GHz, three Cortex-A710 cores, and four A510 cores. This is basically a setup similar to Snapdragon 898 and Exynos 2200 (though both of them will be fab on Samsung’s 4 nm process).
The GPU is said to be the Mali-G710 MC10. Moving to an AMD GPU with Samsung and making new chips difficult for the air is difficult, this Dimensity may be the first (and for a while) to use the new G710.
The G710 is 20 percent faster than the G78, replacing it with ARM official data. Samsung is reportedly targeting a 30% boost with its AMD GPU on the old financial. However, the G710 also promises 20% power efficiency improvement and 35% better performance for machine learning tasks.
CPU and GPU performance will be set to clock speed which can be achieved at 4 n 4 nm nodes. Exynos 2200 is targeting 3.0 GHz, Qualcomm can target a bit higher at 3.09 GHz, according to the Ice universe.
While we have some early standards for allegedly running on Exynos, it’s too early to tell how the final product will perform. All three chips were made official this year, later this year, or in January. MediaTek was reportedly planning to launch a new Dimensity Series by the end of 2021, but with the current epidemic, plans for the semiconductor industry are changing. As such, the first ARMv9 phones should come out with new chips early next year.