MediaTek Launches its MOST POWERFUL Chipset Yet! The Dimensity 9300+

We’re going to use this same headline once the Dimensity 9400 is out.

MediaTek officially announces the Dimensity 9300+ as a more powerful version of the Dimensity 9300. It is pretty much the same as the Dimensity 9300 but comes with faster clock speeds. The chip uses the same architecture, a 1+3+4 setup consisting of a Cortex-X4 Prime core at 3.4GHz (versus 3.25GHz of the Dimensity 9300), another set of three Cortex-X4 cores, and four Cortex-A720 efficiency cores. One of the main boasting features of the Dimensity 9300+ is faster and smarter AI processing thanks to a new engine called NeuroPilot Speculative Decode Acceleration. That’s quite a mouthful so for all intents and purposes, we’re calling it simply as “NeuroPilot”. It is fabricated using a TSMC 4nm process. It also supports LPDDR5T RAM up to 9600Mbps and UFS 4.0 storage.

In terms of GPU, it uses a dosecore GPU called Immortalis G720 from Arm. According to MediaTek, the new GPU provides “console-level graphics”. This is also the same GPU for the Dimensity 9300. The chipset is focused more on performance users as well as generative AI.

Don’t you hate it when you got your shiny new flagship phone and after a few years, it leaves permanent marks on the screen? This is a symptom of OLED displays called “Burn-in” that normally happens when the screen is left on the maximum brightness for far too long. The only way to remove it if it’s a hardware issue is through a screen replacement. Sometimes, burn-in is software-related which is easier to fix. With that said, MediaTek is also including a fancy anti-Burn-in technology so that you can enjoy your 5000nits-brighter-than-a-light-bulb screen for longer periods without worrying about burn-ins. This technology is embedded with MediaTek’s MiraVision 990 which supports displays of up to WQHD+ at 180Hz or 4K displays at 120Hz.

Additionally, MediaTek also comes with a solution to improve battery efficiency through a technology called MediaTek Adaptive Gaming Technology (MAGT) that, when enabled, optimizes a popular gaming title to ensure longer battery life without compromising performance.

MediaTek’s Imagiq 990 IPS offers 18-bit processing, up to 320MP support, and AI videography.

In terms of connectivity, it features a Wi-Fi 7 and 5G sub-6GHz modem and also supports Bluetooth 5.4 with a small latency of just <35ms.

So far, there are no devices that will use the Dimensity 9300+. However, just wait a few months, there will be one eventually. Expect a device from either Xiaomi, realme, OnePlus, or Transsion.

Source: MediaTek