We’ve fully integrated the 5G modem into the chip, saving power with MediaTek 5G UltraSave and delivering the world’s fastest sub-6GHz performance. Our 5G supports the latest standards and global cellular networks, so that means you get “Incredible Out” with improved connection coverage, reliability, and the best speeds.
MediaTek’s MiraVision HDR upgrades video playback from both streaming and local sources with dynamic enhancements, giving you incredible HDR visuals.
MediaTek is setting the stage to make you an incredible photographer because we know that the pictures you take on your device are how you share your life with the people you love. Whether you’re a photo bug, viral video maker, into indie cinema, or streaming to a legion of fans, our Imagiq technologies enrich the capture experience by tying together dedicated AI, imaging processors and accelerators to provide incredible results – anywhere, anytime, in any light.
Inside Dimensity, we’ve included flagship-class performance from our powerful CPU & GPU technologies, while our unique HyperEngine gaming technologies provide whole smartphone enhancements on-top, improving the responsiveness, connectivity, experience, and ultimately, your in-game competitiveness.
Creating outstanding, flagship and premium 5G smartphones means standing out. Consumers demand unique experiences and features that are tailored to their lifestyle. That’s why MediaTek designed the Dimensity 5G Open Resource Architecture; a collaboration between MediaTek and the world's biggest smartphone device makers to unleash new, more customized consumer experiences, so device makers can differentiate and make their incredible 5G smartphones stand out.
* Available on the Dimensity 8100
* Available on the Dimensity 1200
Our chips and technology keep all your gadgets connected at home, at work and on the go.
Whether it’s the Chromebook on your lap. The router in your home.
The earbuds you listen to. The TV you watch.
The gaming controller in your hands. Or the voice assistant you talk to . . .
It’s likely powered by MediaTek.