MediaTek also wants to be well prepared for the 5G age. The new Dimensity chip, with which some mid-range smartphones will certainly be equipped, can also use high-frequency radio bands.
With the Dimensity 9000 at the latest, MediaTek has proven that they not only want to lag behind the competition technologically, but also want to advance. The latest SoC remains true to this line. The recently unveiled Dimensity 1050 brings support for the modern 5G variants mmWave.
Chip for the middle class
Otherwise the in Six nanometer method manufactured Dimensity 1050, which is somewhere in the midfield, but not necessarily up to date. Make sure of it two Cortex-A78 and six Cortex-A55 cores at a maximum of 2.5 GHzwhereby MediaTek naturally promises extensive optimization of the CPU and GPU for gaming based on HyperEngine 5.0.
At least the current storage standards UFS 3.1 and LPDDR5-RAM are supported. Also the graphics capabilities with support for Full HD+ displays up to 144Hz, HDR10+ Adaptive and 10-bit color can be seen. In addition, cameras with a resolution of up to 108MP be controlled.
What does mmWave actually mean?
The Dimensity 1050 is MediaTek’s first-ever SoC to support mmWave 5G – but what does that even mean? The name mmWave plays up smaller wavelengths at. Anyone who remembers physics lessons knows that the reverse is the case higher frequencies means.
You are dependent on this, as it is in the area currently in use Below 6 GHz the frequency bands are scarce However, with 5G, significantly higher data rates of up to 10 Gbit/s in download and 3 Gbit/s in upload should be achieved in the future. So far, mmWave is only really used in the USA, Japan and South Korea, but European countries – including Germany – are expected to join soon.
With the Dimensity 1050, MediaTek announces a “truly seamless 5G experience” that smoothly switches between long-range sub-6GHz and fast mmWave connections. The Dimension 1050 can connect to both at the same time and offers like this up to 53 higher speeds than other deviceswhich could only connect to 4G LTE and mmWave at the same time.
Incidentally, Qualcomm heralded the mmWave age with the Snapdragon X65 5G modem, which is installed in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, among other things.
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