MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ Targets Mid-Range Phones

Source: Unsplash

Although flagships such as the iPhone 14 or the Samsung Galaxy S23 series are the bee’s knees, not everybody is interested in such devices. There are plenty of folks out there who can also comply with what midrange phones can do. And after all, why wouldn’t they? There are plenty of smartphone users who just want a device to browse the web, read emails, and scroll through social media.

These latter folks have a new reason to be happy: MediaTek launched its new Dimensity 6100+ chipset, and it targets future midrange phones. Whether we’re into midrange phones or we aim toward flagship devices, we all need to admit that the former ones finally receive some love!

Dimansity 6100+ supports AI cameras

CH Chen, who is the Deputy General Manager of the Wireless Communications Business Unit of MediaTek, explained:

As developing markets continue rolling out 5G networks at a rapid pace and operators in developed markets work to finish transitioning consumers from 4G LTE to 5G, there has never been a more vital need for chipsets that cater to the growing number of mainstream mobile devices that feature next-generation connectivity,

The MediaTek Dimensity 6000 series makes it possible for device makers to stay ahead of the curve with impressive upgrades that boost performance, increase power efficiency and reduce material costs.

The Dimensity 6100+ features an enhanced 5G modem with 3GPP Release 16 standard and up to 140MHz 2CC 5G Carrier Aggregation, reducing power consumption through MediaTek UltraSave 3.0+ technology. It supports AI-powered cameras, 10-bit displays, UX and GPU performance, and offers 108MP Non-ZSL camera support, 2K 30fps video capture, and 20% reduced 5G power consumption. The chip also supports AI-bokeh and premium 10-bit display with 90Hz to 120Hz frame rates.

Those willing to get their hands on the first phones featuring the new MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor will have to wait a few weeks or months more – until the end of Q3 2023, to be more precise.

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology, as are many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the hardware area, where he covers the latest news regarding smartphones, laptops, PC components, and so on.