MediaTek is preparing an event for next week, where we expect to see the presentation of its next high-end processor. This SoC will be the Dimensity 9200 that is already starting to make a name for itself on traditional benchmark platforms.
The most recent passage of this processor was through the GFXBench platform and the results are very promising for the MediaTek component. The results obtained surpass even the performance of Apple’s A16 Bionic.
MediaTek Dimensity 9200 is the new record holder of the GFXBench platform
Firstly, it should be noted that the GFXBench platform is dedicated to analyzing the graphical performance of the products tested there. Indeed, the evaluation made here of the next MediaTek processor is only related to its GPU.
The results revealed by Ice Universe report that the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 reached the 328 fps in the Manhattan 3.0 and 228 fps in Manhattan 3.1. Values that are still unrivaled in the mobile technology market.
This is possible thanks to the incorporation of ARM’s new GPU, the Immortalis-G715. This will be the brand’s first GPU to offer ray tracing technology that promises to bring greater realism to any game, just like in computers and consoles.
Using Apple’s A16 Bionic as a benchmark, we get 243 fps and 190 fps in the same tests. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 collected 187 fps and 167 fps respectively.
What we can conclude from these reviews is that MediaTek’s upcoming high-end processor will be one of the best components for smartphones. Especially for models designed mainly with the gaming segment in mind.
It should be noted that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 has not yet been announced and we cannot yet compare the main proposals for the Android market. Comparing the Dimensity 9200 with the A16 Bionic may not be the most appropriate, as we are talking about different platforms.
Still, there is a need to compare Apple’s processors to their Android-designed rivals. Usually, the former are more successful, but this time we have a potential threat to the dominance of the North American components.
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