HomeMediaTekThe MediaTek 3nm chip delivers faster performance and less power use.

The MediaTek 3nm chip delivers faster performance and less power use.

In order to power several flagship phones by 2024, MediaTek’s flagship Dimensity 9300 chipset is expected to be revealed in the fourth quarter of this year. According to a reliable source on Weibo called Digital Chat Station, MediaTek and TSMC have also completed the chip design for a second chipset that uses a 3nm technology. The Dimensity 9400 chipset, possibly, is ready for mass production.

So, in this post, we’ll determine the expected performance boost that this new chipset will offer as well as the gadgets it’s most likely to power.

MediaTek 3nm chip Overview:


By combining a 3nm TSMC process and a 5nm N5 TSMC, MediaTek was able to reach certain conclusions. While maintaining the same power use as the 5nm version, the new process improves overall activities by 18%. Furthermore, the new process consumes 32% less power when running at the prior speed (5nm). Additionally, this technique results in an increase in logic density of about 60%.

MediaTek 3nm chip performance

Despite this, it is unknown how the chipset will perform in comparison to the 4nm technology used in the majority of today’s flagship CPUs. The 4*X5 and 4*A730 cores for this future 3nm chipset are not part of the public version of the ARM architecture, according to Digital Chat Station.

Scope of MediaTek 3nm chip as a technology upgrade

It appears likely that MediaTek 3nm chipset will be used in more devices outside Android smartphones. According to MediaTek, this chipset will be used to power a variety of devices, including phones, tablets, vehicles, and other gadgets.

MediaTek 3nm chip Availability:

Right now, it seems very likely that the Dimensity 9400 chipset will be the one built using the 3nm technology. In the second half of 2024, it is expected to be commercially available. Around 2025, we’ll probably start to see it in devices.

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