MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 SoC Might Be a Worthy Competitor to Apple’s A15 Bionic

A Geekbench Listing Reveals Raw Power of Dimensity 9000 Compared to Other Chips Out There.
MediaTek Dimensity 9000

Lately, MediaTek has been growing to become one of the most powerful chip manufacturer in the world defeating the latest offerings from the likes of Qualcomm, Samsung and Google in the process. However, it looks like the Taiwanese chipmaker might have its sights set even higher with its latest Dimensity 9000 SoC that is reportedly giving Apple’s much powerful A15 Bionic SoC a run for its money.

While no smartphone ships with the new chip, a supposed Geekbench listing of Xiaomi’s upcoming Redmi K50 Pro+ (Xiaomi 22011211C) revealed that the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 scores a whopping 1305 in single-core and 4583 in multi-core benchmarks. Thus, putting the Dimensity 9000 almost on par with the A15 Bionic chip that scored 1734 in single-core and 4818 in multi-core benchmarks.

MediaTek Dimensity 9000 Benchmark

For comparison, Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 only scored around 1231 in single-core and 3752 in multi-core benchmarks. Whereas, the Exynos 2200 SoC found on the Galaxy S22 series managed to receive a measly score of 1157 and 3307 in the same tests.

Generally speaking, benchmarks aren’t that reliable when it comes to the real-life performance of a device. Nevertheless, this really shows us the raw power of the Dimensity 9000 compared to the other chips out there that come nowhere near it.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro 2 (SM-G736B) Appears on Geekbench With Snapdragon 778G SoC and 6GB RAM

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