MediaTek Dimensity 820 SoC: Fast and Developed 5G- MediaTek today announced the new 5G SoC for the Dimensity 820. Since the announcement of the Dimensity 800 series, it is the first to be built and the first to be integrated into mobile.
"The Dimensity 1000 is already fueling the impressive flagships 5G in several markets. The new Dimensity 820 will make the 5G network more accessible. The Dimensity 820 puts the other companies out of competition, while offering 4 high-performance Arm Cortex A76 cores with a frequency of 2.6GHz, within the 8 cores CPU. Provides incredible performance and responsiveness, between advanced artificial intelligence, photo experience and Gaming» said Dr. Yenchi Lee, Assistant General Manager of Mediatek Wireless Communications.
Among other things, the 820 will provide a fairly satisfactory camera, while Mediatek's APU 3.0 (AI Processing Unit) allows you to take better photos. The ISP (Imaging Signal Processor), Imagiq 5.0, will support 4 lenses with sensors up to 80MP, and Multframe 4K Video HDR and upgraded gaming. According to Mediatek, it will provide higher speeds and continuous transmission between two 5G connection areas for a more reliable connection on the go. There will also be support for Dual Sim mobiles and dual standby.
What remains the protagonist is the 5G network, with global support Sub-6GHz 5G in Asia, North America and Europe. It may not be as fast as the 5W mmWave, but it is an important step in the evolution of the 5G.
Samuel Contreras wrote on Android Central: "One of the most important features of the Sub-6 5G is the huge MIMO (multiple input and multiple output), which allows for multiple connections simultaneously, better stability in dense areas, and a stronger basis for development. As time goes on, mmWave 5G will slowly cover more people and take us to a wireless future. For the immediate future, the SubG-5's 6G will do more to bring faster speeds and greater stability to mobile telephony, with a clear focus on a faster and more developed 5G. "
The Dimensity 820 may sound very impressive, but in practice we should see the comparison with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765 and 768.