MediaTek introduced a new Dimensity 1300 chip for mid-range phones with 5G

Taiwan-based processor and semiconductor maker MediaTek has unveiled a brand new processor for mid-range phones. The processor, called Dimensity 1300, is expected to debut with the next OnePlus Nord smartphone. The new chipset is the successor to the Mediatek Dimensity 1200 and is expected to bring many new features.

The octa-core Dimensity 1300 features four premium Arm Cortex-A78 processors, including an "ultra-core" processor running at up to 3 GHz. According to MediaTek, the Dimensity 1300, created using TSMC's N6 (6nm class) manufacturing process, is designed to increase smartphone battery life.

The chip also offers many gaming features. It features MediaTek HyperEngine 5.0, which targets gaming-related optimizations such as exclusive AI-VRS, Wi-Fi / Bluetooth Hybrid 2.0, and improved wireless headphone latency with Bluetooth LE Audio with Dual-Link True Wireless Stereo Audio technology.

The latest processor from MediaTek is expected to improve smartphone camera performance. It includes new AI camera enhancements, including improved night shooting and HDR capabilities for excellent image clarity. Mediatek claims there is a so-called "staggered" 4K HDR video recording that uses real-time fusion of three exposures to provide 40% more dynamic range than standard 4K HDR video capture.

Not only that, MediaTek also claims that the Dimensity 1300 supports ultra-high refresh rate displays, giving users zero-latency visuals in games, as well as noticeably improving the everyday experience by scrolling through web pages, social streams and animations in apps more smoothly.

The processor also provides advanced 5G capabilities. The 5G modem built into the chip offers built-in power-saving improvements, ultra-fast 5G NR performance and range with mixed duplex aggregation of 5G carriers, as well as true dual-SIM 5G capability.

MediaTek claims dedicated "5G Elevator Mode" and "5G HSR Mode" enhancements provide seamless 5G performance with immediate recovery times and reliably higher speeds.



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