to be honest, they are only good on paper.. real life usage, still better to go with qualcomm.
have always been hoping one day mediatek can be on par with qualcomm, but seems like always a gap..
PaidReviewer, 12 Jan 2021if you want rubbish, overheating, laggy, stutters, then go for mediatek processor.Exactly.
At least someone dared to speak truth. Otherwise most of the users have started believing MediaTek as a new AMD
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021They have at least 8 chipsets that are extremely good yet no one knows about them. i can only imagine how great they are.
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021You are so uninformed! 800U is on par with 765, while 820, 1000U and 1000+ are much much bette... moreif you want rubbish, overheating, laggy, stutters, then go for mediatek processor.
AnonD-973296, 12 Jan 2021but its not always about tests and numbersThen what is it about??
Your claim about A14 not throttling much was just exposed.
AnonD-973296, 12 Jan 2021ur a clown that needs to learn how to read. where do u see me implying that a chipset immediat... moreLook how much performance drop the MI and OnePlus phones with Snapdragon 865 have and then compare it to iPhone 12.
Android Authority, 12 Jan 2021Ohhh you seem like another clown who thinks A14 doesn't throttle. There is another guy Ra... moreur a clown that needs to learn how to read. where do u see me implying that a chipset immediately goes down 25% as soon as it heats up too much, it goes down little by little even u should know that... every chipset does that no matter how powerful u make it or how much cooling u throw at it
AnonD-973296, 12 Jan 2021the reason it reduces down 25-30% is so the phone does not overheat too much u muppet that is ... moreOhhh you seem like another clown who thinks A14 doesn't throttle. There is another guy RazerJor or whatever who simply doesn't understand throttling.
The A14 throttles (reduces clock speeds to prevent overheating)
It also uses dimming of the screen to prevent overheating.
Every chipset does that? Which one? I did not see Snapdragon 865 losing 25% of its score on Antutu. But Apple A14 did.
Android--Master, 12 Jan 2021How can it be higher tier when its performance reduces by 25-30% due to thermal throttling? ... morethe reason it reduces down 25-30% is so the phone does not overheat too much u muppet that is pure basics. EVERY CHIPSET DOES THAT
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021Kirin 9000 is a top-tier SoC among all flagship SoCs, if you take into consideration the super... moreLol Kirin 9000 barely got past Snapdragon 865.
Sure it might have good efficiency, AI performance, etc.... But overall it falls behind the
SD888 & Exynos 2100.
And who in their right minds wants to use Kirin 9000 based Huawei Flagships outside of China given their current situation.
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021Pretty much everything over 250K is already. Around 300-400k is all of the SD7xx and Dimensit... moreyes, I agree, but extra power would not hurt..I think 500k would be enough to keep anybody satisfied for the next 2-3 years or until somebody released a more demanding game than genshin impact..which even makes an sd 865 ,run for its money.
this is good news to consumers, as mobile companies would have options on what Soc they are able to put on their phones and offer lesser prices. im not going to be suprise if Xiaomi would put their old stock for dimensity 1000 on a 199 usd phone.
AnonD-973296, 11 Jan 2021how is A14 lower tier, it is one of if not the fastest chipset ever put in a phone...How can it be higher tier when its performance reduces by 25-30% due to thermal throttling?
Besides, Raw numbers are useless as there is nothing in iOS to take advantage of that chip.
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021Anything above 500k in antutu is already fantastic for everyone, no matter the task. Pretty much everything over 250K is already.
Around 300-400k is all of the SD7xx and Dimensity 800 that will let you do what ever you want. It's enough for gaming even.
i0S...Never...Again, 11 Jan 2021If this is the Dimensity 2000, then I am interested to see how it stacks up against the Snapdr... morehow is A14 lower tier, it is one of if not the fastest chipset ever put in a phone...
Dometalican, 11 Jan 2021I'm brutally excited for these processors. LG Velvet, HTC, and Im even Honor should start... moreThe availability will still be limited because of the limited capacity allocation given to MediaTek by TCMC. Mediatek will prioritize its sale of Dimensity chips to those phone-makers that can drive the 5G smartphone sale. Please forget about HTC, LG, Sony, ASUS, etc.
Did HTC sell any smartphones in 2020?
Did Sony sell more than 2 million phones in 2020?
Did ASUS sell more than 1 million phones in 2020?
i0S...Never...Again, 11 Jan 2021If this is the Dimensity 2000, then I am interested to see how it stacks up against the Snapdr... moreKirin 9000 is a top-tier SoC among all flagship SoCs, if you take into consideration the superior 5G modem, superior ISP, thermal efficiency, sustained performance, and especially gaming performance. For all-around performance, I would prefer a Kirin9000 based flagship over those based on any other SoCs available.
1 word: dope
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021why is mediatech always on node behind Snapdragon why can't they be on the current nodeCurrent Dimensity lineup uses 7nm from TSMC...all the lineup including 700 and 720...
Some competitors from Qualcomm, 690, 750G use 8nm from Samsung...
In fact this 8nm is only a 10nm+ in term of transistors per mm2
The same with 5nm...the one from Samsung has nothing to do with TSMC's
TSMC's 7nm : 91MTr/mm2
TSMC's 7nm+ : 110MTr/mm2
TSMC's 6nm : 114MTr/mm2
TSMC's 5nm : 173MTr/mm2
Samsung's 10nm : 51MTr/mm2
Samsung's 8nm : 62MTr/mm2 far closer to 10nm than 7nm (marketing because they were late compare to TSMC)
Samsung's 7nm : 95MTr/mm2
Samsung's 5nm : 127MTr/mm2...only 11% better density than TSMC's 6nm when TSMS's 5nm is 36% better than Samsung's.
The higher density, the better efficiency.
As Apple used 100% of TSMC's 5nm in Q4 2020 and will use 80% in Q1 2021, Qualcomm chose this fake 5nm and Mediatek chose TSMC's 6nm
Beware with naming, it's more marketing than physical reality...