MediaTek Dimensity 920 and Dimensity 810 5G SoCs have been announced as the latest models to join the growing Dimensity 900 and 800 series portfolio. Both are octa-core, 64-bit chipsets that support high refresh rate displays, and come with heterogeneous multi-processing and support for multi-camera setups.

MediaTek Dimensity 920 is a 6nm SoC that packs one set each of Arm Cortex-A78 and Arm Cortex-A55 CPU cores with the former clocked at 2.5GHz and the latter at 2.0GHz. The CPU is paired with an Arm Mali-G68 MC4 GPU and the SoC is said to offer up to 9 percent faster gaming performance compared to the Dimensity 900.

It supports LPDDR4x and LPDDR5 RAM as well as UFS 2.1 and UFS 3.1 storage. For connectivity, it comes with Wi-Fi 6 support, 5G, Bluetooth v5.2, GPS, NavIC, and more. In terms of display support, the Dimensity 920 SoC can run 2,560×1,080 pixels displays at up to 120Hz. For video encoding, it can encode in H.264, H.265/ HEVC. The chipset is capable of processing a single 108-megapixel camera or two 20-megapixel sensors and can do 4K video recording.

MediaTek Dimensity 810 includes one set each of Arm Cortex-A55 and Arm Cortex-A76 CPU cores with a maximum clock speed of 2.4GHz. It is also a 6nm chipset and has eight cores paired with an Arm Mali-G57 MC2 GPU.

RAM support is limited to LPDDR4x and storage is limited to UFS 2.2. In terms of connectivity, it supports 5G, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth v5.1, NavIC, GPS, and more. The MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC can process a single 64-megapixel camera sensor or dual 16-megapixel sensors. It supports up to 2,560×1,080 pixels resolution displays at refresh rates of up to 120Hz.

MediaTek Dimensity 920 has support for Wi-Fi 6 while the Dimensity 810 sticks with Wi-Fi 5 support. The Dimensity 810 SoC has been designed for mainstream mid-tier phones, though, as of now, it is unclear which smartphones will be the first to feature these SoCs.


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