Asphalt nation, 26 minutes agoExcept Exynos 2200 GPU was a full blown garbage can fire. In the end it doesn’t matter… LakeDoesn’t change the fact that it’s no longer a scoop, so he’s right unlike you.
Hummus, 40 minutes agoMaybe it’s because Mediatek can’t supply enough chips for the global market.No, due to lack of interest from OEMs.
Specs aside, waiting to see if it overheats is all that matters
Benchmarks and heat test. Overheating and throttling is what killed Exynos. No wonder the Scamsung S23 series is no longer launched with scrapynos chips. Mediatek I have hot eyes on you
That’s a tough boy.
I wonder if QC will hit back.
RealLifePhones, 1 hour agoExynos 2200 already has hardware ray tracing. It’s not really a first.Except Exynos 2200 GPU was a full blown garbage can fire.
In the end, it doesn’t matter to be the first if you fail.
I’m waiting for budget 5g, I think it’s dimensity 500. The possible specifications are 5nm or 7nm, 2.5ghz with 8x cortex a510, still mali g57, display can support 1080×2560, 120hz refresh rate, storage type UFS 2.2, maximum ram 12gb , ram type LPDDR4X 2.3Ghz, Connectivity supports wifi 6, blutot 5.4 and camera up to 108mp, slowmo only 480fps, and supports 2k @60fps video recording.
Anonymous, 50 minutes agoagree with you. I’m really disappointed with Xiaomi’s decision not to bring the D9000 to… LakeMaybe it’s because Mediatek can’t supply enough chips for the global market.
Anonymous, 1 hour agoQualcomm currently has a deal with Microsoft over the windows on arm platform. That is… Lakedoesn’t have to be Windows, actually I might not even consider Windows on Arm.
Chrome OS is good enough for laptops. I would definitely want Windows on desktops.
Mr Anonymous, 1 hour ago“The second breakthrough is in the graphics department where we used the ARM Immortalis-G… Lakethe exynos ray tracing was kind of a failure
RealLifePhones, 1 hour agothey released 8000 & 8100 last year and will release 8200 this year which would make 9100… LakeI really hope the D8200 will also have immortalis-G915.
Maybe with 5 cores (compared to 11 cores on the D9200).
These are sure to “kill” Snapdragon’s mid-end gaming market.
you have to suffer, 52 minutes agonot only your country but worldwide. chinese/original version of the F5 GT could be the Redmi… Lakeagree with you.
I’m really disappointed with Xiaomi’s decision because it didn’t bring the D9000 to many countries.
RealLifePhones, 1 hour agoExynos 2200 already has hardware ray tracing. It’s not really a first.The implementation of Exynos is weak.
And the manufacture of Samsung chips is not really good either
This immortalis made by Mediatek/TSMC will be awesome
Anonymous, 52 minutes agoCross my finger. I hope the Poco F5 GT with D9200 will be available in my country.not only your country but worldwide.
Chinese/original version of the F5 GT could be the Redmi K70 or even K60 gaming edition
Cross my finger.
I hope the Poco F5 GT with D9200 will be available in my country.
RealLifePhones, 1 hour agoExynos 2200 already has hardware ray tracing. It’s not really a first.its not really a first but exynos only turns samsung phones into irons when you are gaming😂😂 oh you can even iron clothes with just the s22 phone series
RealLifePhones, 1 hour agoExynos 2200 already has hardware ray tracing. It’s not really a first.It’s still impressive that a mobile CPU is capable of Ray Tracing.
Exynos 2200 already has hardware ray tracing. It’s not really a first.
Vikass17, 1 hour agoWhy not 9100?they released 8000 & 8100 last year and will release 8200 this year making 9100 look dated
Anon95, 2 hours agoI thought it was coming out next month? Unless that’s the global launch.Saw a few leaks on Weibo this month but of course these are only leaks so it’s not definitive. Anyway, even if it launches this month, it might not be available for sale to the public until 7-10 days after launch, which is quite common for Chinese flagship launches.
“The second breakthrough is in the graphics department where we have the ARM Immortalis-G715 GPU with hardware-based ray tracing engine – another first in the industry.”
Wasn’t the current flagship exynos with AMD GPU on the S22 series, which was the first to offer hardware-based ray tracing?