MediaTek introduced in China an improved version of its flagship processor Dimensity 1000 5G. The company focused on increasing the performance of the chipset by introducing new technologies and supporting modern functions.
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During the presentation of Dimensity 1000+, the manufacturer did not go into technical details. One of the main differences compared to the usual Dimensity 1000 is the support for screens with a refresh rate of 144 Hz instead of 90 Hz.
The new chip is equipped with a built-in 5G modem with carrier aggregation and MediaTek 5G UltraSave technology, which dynamically adjusts the modem’s power and operating frequency in accordance with network conditions and user actions for significant energy savings.
Another innovation was the support of HyperEngine 2.0 technology, which serves to improve the gameplay by optimizing the use of system resources. However, MediaTek focused on the visual component with its proprietary MiraVision technology.
It allows you to adjust the contrast, sharpness, and color reproduction of the frame in real-time to improve the quality of the displayed image. In addition, the MiraVision Picture Quality Engine offers more accurate picture calibration and wider dynamic range compared to the HDR10 +. Finally, MiraVision upgrades conventional SDR video to HDR quality.
Soon MediaTek promises the advent of devices based on Dimensity 1000+. The first new processor will receive an unannounced smartphone from iQOO, a Vivo sub-brand.