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Dimensity 6300 From MediaTek: Powering Inexpensive 5G Phones

With the release of the Dimensity 6300, a new chipset designed to power the upcoming generation of reasonably priced 5G smartphones, MediaTek is entering the competitive mid-range market.

The chip, which is produced using a 6nm process, provides a slight improvement over the Dimensity 6100+, its predecessor. MediaTek claims that the two speedier Cortex-A76 cores, clocked at 2.4GHz, will result in a 10% increase in CPU performance. The Cortex-A55 with a 2GHz clock is used in the remaining six cores. A well-known option in this class, the Mali-G57 MC2 GPU handles graphics processing.

Additionally, a 3GPP Release 16-compliant integrated 5G modem is present. MediaTek’s suggestions of increased power efficiency with its UltraSave 3.0+ technology may be more notable. According to the business, customers using sub-6GHz 5G connections should anticipate improvements of 13% to 30% over rivals.

Furthermore, 120Hz refresh rate Full HD+ monitors are supported with the Dimensity 6300. Additionally, it has mid-range camera capability, supporting dual 16MP and up to 108MP sensor setups.

Dual-band Wi-Fi 5 (a/b/g/n/ac) and Bluetooth 5.2 are among the connectivity options available; however, UFS 2.2 storage and an LPDDR4x RAM maximum apply.

The Realme C65 5G, which is anticipated to release later this month, is the first smartphone verified to use the Dimensity 6300. With MediaTek at the forefront, they can anticipate that other manufacturers will follow suit with products that strive to provide 5G connection at a reasonable price.

While not groundbreaking, the Dimensity 6300 represents a significant advancement in expanding the reach of 5G technology.

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