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The OPPO Reno 5 Pro with MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000 Plus launches in India in 2 weeks

Chinese OEM OPPO debuted the Reno 5 5G series in China last month. Shortly after the launch, the company launched the Reno 5 4G in a few Asian markets, which featured a few minor upgrades over the Reno 4 Global. While the Reno 5 4G is yet to make it to India, the company is...

Report: More phones with MediaTek chips shipped in Q3 2020 than with Qualcomm chips

MediaTek beat Qualcomm to become the world’s largest mobile chipset vendor in Q3 2020. Having a market share of 31%, the company took a formidable leap alongside the recovering smartphone market this year. Other factors for the chip maker's growth are being attributed to strong performance in the $100 to $250 price segment as well...

MediaTek Dimensity 1000 Plus smartphones are coming to India early next year

At the recent India Mobile Congress 2020 event, MediaTek announced that it would partner with popular smartphone OEMs to bring Dimensity 800U-powered mid-range 5G devices to the Indian market as early as next month. Now, the chipmaker has announced that it will also work with OEMs to bring Dimensity 1000 Plus-powered 5G flagships to India...

Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra are flagships commemorating Xiaomi’s 10th anniversary

Xiaomi is turning 10 years old this year, and it's incredible to see the company reach new heights in global success. The journey that began with the humble Mi 1 has encompassed a plethora of innovative devices spanning across budgets and use-cases, and even crossing over the smartphone domain and into smarter home products. Xiaomi...

MediaTek’s 5G Dimensity chips will finally start shipping on smartphones outside of China later this year

MediaTek has enjoyed great success in the budget and mid-range SoC segments over the years. However, the company has struggled to replicate a similar success story in the upper mid-range and flagship space, where it loses out to Qualcomm. At one point, the company even decided to give up on the high-end segment altogether and...

Vivo announces the flagship iQOO Z1 smartphone with the MediaTek Dimensity 1000 Plus

Earlier this month, MediaTek announced its new Dimensity 1000 Plus flagship chipset, featuring support for 144Hz displays. At the time, Vivo's sub-brand iQOO had revealed that it was already working on a new phone based on MediaTek's latest chipset but we had no further information about the upcoming device. Just a few weeks since MediaTek's...

The Dimensity 1000 Plus is a new 5G chip from MediaTek that supports 144Hz display

MediaTek is on a roll these days as they just unveiled yet another SoC after announcing the mid-ranger Helio G85 chipset. Dubbed as Dimensity 1000 Plus, the latest candidate belongs to the flagship-grade Dimensity 5G family and carries a handful of enhancements over the original Dimensity 1000 SoC. MediaTek wants to take the lion's share...

MediaTek Dimensity 1000 is the first smartphone SoC to support AV1 hardware decoding

Paying attention to a codec while listening to your favorite track or watching a movie on one of the many streaming services out there might not be your cup of tea, unless you discover how a specific codec can indirectly help you save a considerable amount of data while binge-watching Netflix. Yes, we are talking...

OPPO successfully tests VoNR (Voice over 5G NR) on a Reno3 with MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000

With 5G adoption on the rise, an increasing number of smartphone OEMs are releasing 5G-enabled devices in the market. Telecom service providers around the world are also working to expand their 5G network, with AT&T in the US recently extending 5G coverage to 22 more cities in the country. In keeping with the times, Chinese...

OPPO Reno3 will have the MediaTek Dimensity 1000L SoC

At an upcoming launch event in China, OPPO will finally lift the covers of the all-new Reno3 series. Previous leaks and teasers have confirmed that the company will launch two devices — the Reno3 and Reno3 Pro 5G — at the event and we know a fair bit about the more premium of the two...