MediaTek continues to dominate the mid-range segment in terms of performance, and new information indicates that this scenario will remain unchanged in 2021. According to several rumors, the manufacturer is working on 3 new processors that are expected to integrate the Dimensity line .
Now, a listing on the AnTuTu testing platform has revealed results obtained using one of the new models. Impressively, the overall performance of the new MediaTek MT6893 has even managed to surpass the results achieved by one of Qualcomm’s flagship products in 2020, the Snapdragon 865.
These new mid-range processors are manufactured with a 6nm lithography, which will help ensure a much better level of performance and energy management. So it’s no surprise that we see him overtake the top of the range 2020.
MediaTek has everything it takes to become bigger than Qualcomm
Although its processors continue to cause some distrust among Android users, it is impossible to ignore the great evolution presented by MediaTek over the past few years.
For a long time it has undoubtedly dominated the performance rankings in the mid-range segment, being already one of the most competitive markets today. For this reason, it seems to be increasingly a possibility that MediaTek will be able to become bigger than its rival Qualcomm.
In addition to having managed to beat the scores achieved by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, this new chip from MediaTek presented an impressive performance even in the face of new processors from Samsung and Huawei.
Considering that both new processors are manufactured with a 5nm lithography, it would be expected that their performance would be considerably superior. However, we see that the results achieved by Exynos 1080 and Kirin 9000 are not as superior as would be expected.
Another factor that may dictate further growth for MediaTek is the fact that its processors are considerably cheaper than Qualcomm’s. Thus, offering better prices and better performance, it is easy to see why we see more and more manufacturers making the transition.
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