MediaTek is an American Tech-Giant and a Multi-national corporation. It is famous for its Semiconductor Chipsets. The company provides chipsets for different smartphone manufacturers. The company not only makes chipsets for smartphones but also makes chipsets for several electronic devices. They include Wireless communication devices, High-definition television, and many more electronic devices. The company has headquarters in Hsinchu, Taiwan with 25 offices worldwide. We can see that the company is making its way back into the smartphone segment by releasing powerful chipsets for smartphones. Many smartphones are featuring MediaTek chipsets this year, which is a good thing to consider. Let us talk about the new chipset from MediaTek, known as MediaTek Dimensity 820.
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Everything about MediaTek Dimensity 820:
Mediatek has unveiled a new chipset which is more powerful than its predecessor, MediaTek Dimensity 800. The new chipset is not only has improved CPU and GPU but also has an improved 5G Network support. The device has a 7mm chipset with an Octa-core CPU setup. The Octa-core CPU consists of four big Cortex-A76 cores and four small Cortex-A55 cores. There has been a massive improvement in the performance of MediaTek Dimensity 820 as it has big CPU (Cortex-A76) cores has a clock speed of 2.6GHz coupled with small CPU (Cortex-A55) cores with a clock speed of 2.0GHz. The device also supports 16GB of LPDDR4x RAM. The device is also capable of supporting 120Hz Refresh rate on smartphones. When it comes to the GPU the device has Mali-G57 MC5 with extra core support.
Similar to every chipset, this chipset also supports UFS memory technology. In addition to these above specifications, the chipset is capable of Dual 5G Network support. When it comes to the display resolution, the chipset supports 1080+ resolution. There are no major changes in the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technology, as it has the same Bluetooth 5.1 and Wi-Fi 5 support as its predecessor.
All things considered, we can say that the chipset is a decent mid-ranger. As per Geekbench 4.2, the CPU has a 7% improvement in the single-core CPU and 37% improvement in the multi-core CPU when compared to Snapdragon 765G. Similarly, the device has a 33% higher frame compared to Snapdragon 765G when tested on GFXBench Manhattan 3.0.