A little while ago, MediaTek unveiled its latest chipsets for smartphones. The MediaTek Dimensity 1000L chipset, that features an integrated 5G modem, is already being utilized by companies like Oppo with the likes of the recently launched Oppo Reno 3 5G smartphone. Furthermore, the company has announced that it will unveil a more affordable Dimensity 800 chipset that would be aimed at the mid-range smartphones in 2020. Amongst all this, a new MediaTek chipset with the model number MT6883 has popped up on the internet as it has recently been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website.
MediaTek MT6883 appears on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website
As seen in the image, the MediaTek MT6883 moniker, which was in the talks for quite a while now, is finally confirmed courtesy of the Wi-Fi certification website. The certification further shows that the test device running on the chipset is utilizing the latest Android 10 (Q) operating system. Furthermore, the chipset will run on 2.4Ghz and 5GHz frequency bands. As of now, little is known about the chipset, but we can expect to hear more about it in the coming days.
As far as the previously unveiled MediaTek MT6889 processor is concerned, the MT6889 is based on a 7nm FinFET process which makes use of the ARM Cortex A77 architecture and Mali-G77 GPU. All this makes the chipset the world’s first A77 + G77 architecture. Adding to it, the MT6889 integrates the 5G modem Helio M70 which has up to 4.7Gbps of downlink speed and up to 2.5Gbps of uplink speed. To know more about the chipset, you can head to our previous coverage of the same.
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