MediaTek’s Dimensity 1300T has been unveiled beating its arch-rival Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC

MediaTek’s Dimensity 1300T has been unveiled beating its arch-rival Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC

The latest chipset from MediaTek namely 1300T rumored to launch as its arch-rival 865 from Qualcomm. According to the reports, the chipset has been specially designed for gaming. In addition to this, the processor will support 5G connectivity. As per the upcoming reports, the Honor tablet namely Honor V7 Pro will be debuting this processor, which will be launch in the mid of August. This tablet is rumored to launch with a bezel display free of punch-holes along with its potentially high-end chassis, according to the latest leaks from the tipsters.

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This is relatively a brand new chipset; therefore, little or no information is available.

The chipmaker company claimed that this alleged chip is far behind its arch-rival company’s- Snapdragon 865 SoC. In addition to this, the chipmaker also claimed that this processor will enhance the CPU and GPU performance by 30 and 40 percent respectively. The specs of 1300T have put way ahead of Snapdragon 865 or maybe the early version of 870 SoC.

The Dimensity variant from MediaTek has been used by the company for its flagship or upper budget-friendly devices. The Dimensity 1300T chipset is a competitive variant for both smart devices i.e. smartphones and tablets. But according to the reports, this chipset is more suitable for tablet devices as compared to smartphones.

The Dimensity 1300T will be using TSMC’s 6nm nature node technology. In terms of graphics, the particular chipset could support the 9-core ARM Mali-G77 MC9 GPU, same as the Dimensity 1100 and 1200. Also, it will contain a 6-core third-gen APU. Although after many rumors, it is difficult to predict the clock speed of the processor.

The processor is debuting in the tablet of Honor because of its high battery consumption and heating issues. Since the tablets have bigger batteries, therefore, the battery won’t be an issue for them. Moreover, the chipmaker will be able to test the new processor before its rollout in smartphones.

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