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MediaTek's Dimensity 1000 is a monster, trashes AnTuTu score of SD855+

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In an event earlier, MediaTek has unleashed its latest flagship 5G SoC, the Dimensity 1000, and as expected, it is a monster type of chip!
MediaTek's Dimensity 1000 is a monster, trashes AnTuTu score of SD855+
 Dimensity 1000 features

The MediaTek chip with a higher AnTuTu score than SD855+, Kirin 990 5G, Exynos 9825

Based on several published AnTuTu scores it is a processor with an alleged higher AnTuTu score than all the other major flagship chips for Android phones.
Monster AnTuTu score!
Monster AnTuTu score!

In particular, it got a score of 511,363 at AnTuTu v8 which is higher than the 476,778 average scores of Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus, 463,439 of Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G, and 442,586 of Samsung Exynos 9825.
Higher than every other chip found on Android phones
Higher than every other chip found on Android phones

Against the top-scoring Android phone, the ROG Phone II with an average score of 496,266, the new MediaTek SoC is still superior.

Even on the GPU side, the score of MediaTek is higher than the best scoring Snapdragon Android phone yet.

Against Apple's Bionic A13, we are not sure yet. AnTuTu recently noted that we should not compare the scores of Apple and Android devices as the scoring mechanisms for the iOS version and the Android version of Antutu Benchmark are significantly different.

To recall, it is a chip based on the 7nm manufacturing process that uses 4x Cortex-A77 power cores at 2.6GHz and 4x Cortex-A55 efficiency cores clocked at 2.0GHz. The chip also has Mali-G77 MC9 GP, 3rd gen 5-core APU, up to a QHD+ 90Hz screen with DisplayPort support, 4-channel LPDDR4X RAM up to 16GB, 5-core ISP with up to 80MP camera support, an advanced type of 5G support, Bluetooth 5.1, and more.

If these scores are accurate, we are really happy for MediaTek. It simply means that they are back in the flagship mobile chip race and it should push the competition to get even better.

Us, the consumers, wins.

Sources: ReaMEIZU, GizmoChina
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