The capabilities of MediaTek’s latest chipset, Dimensity 9000, were recently revealed through a number of device test results (benchmarks) and distributed in cyberspace.
The leaked benchmark results are known to be based on trials on three popular mobile hardware testing platforms, namely AnTuTu (version 9), Geekbench (version 5), and PCMark.
In testing through AnTuTu, a cellphone powered by the Dimensity 9000 is said to have an overall performance score of 1,017,488 points.
This score is slightly smaller than the leaked benchmark results from phones powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 some time ago. In the AnTuTu test, the phone was able to produce a benchmark score of 1,025,215 points.
Although lower on AnTuTu, the Dimensity 9000 System-on-Chip (SoC) performance score is actually slightly superior to Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 on the Geekbench platform.
There, a phone with Dimensity 9000 is said to score 1,273 points for single-core performance and 4,324 points for multi-core performance, which is slightly higher than the leaked Geekbench benchmark results for Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 powered phones.
On this platform, the smartphone with the new SoC made by Qualcomm is said to be able to score 1,219 points for single-core performance and 3,154 points for multi-core performance.
Meanwhile, for testing using the PCMark platform, phones with Dimensity 9000 again outperformed phones with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
In the Work 3.0 test mode, MediaTek’s latest flagship chipset is claimed to be able to produce a benchmark score of 17,573 points. This result is slightly higher than Qualcomm’s latest flagship chipset, with a score of 16,858 points.
It should be noted, the benchmark results from these various platforms are actually only in the form of numbers and usually do not reflect the performance of daily use.
This means that the capabilities of the Dimensity 9000 chipset and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will be able to be seen clearly and accurately when phones with both chipsets are released to the public in 2022.