i thought that mediatek is gonna release the 9020 which is gonna be a rebranded D8000 but then when i look at the comments, i've noticed that the editor must've typed 9200 wrong. hopefully mediatek wont release a rebranded version out of the 9000 series.
At least N2 will be cheaper and cheaper at £300 or £250 mark will buy it...
the editor sleeps while its typo'd "Dimensity 9020"
later, the editor wakes up and realizes "oh i typed Dimensity 9020 wrong, hope someone doesn't notice aswell..."
Sorry Oppo. Yours was neat for a short while, but now one expects the outer screen to be fully usable like Samsung/Moto.
Someone typed out 9200 wrong for some reason
Ouifuf, 02 Oct 2023I think it's a typo lmao. Chinese version uses 9200 and they say it uses the same one as ... moreGod, I hope it is, cause if it's not, then I can safely say that this series is bloated with rebranded processors, even their Flagship Lineup suffers from it.
LosEstupido, 02 Oct 2023Oh cool, more useless Chipset rebrands from Mediatek. "Dimensity 9020"? Seriously... moreI think it's a typo lmao. Chinese version uses 9200 and they say it uses the same one as the Chinese variant.
Does anyone know about how well the modern Dimensity chips age? Eg: slowing down etc
My Snapdragon 865 is still fast as day 1 and very reliable in the long run
Oh cool, more useless Chipset rebrands from Mediatek.
"Dimensity 9020"? Seriously? I understand most of your Dimensity 6000/7000/8000 Rebrands because you want to make this series "More Consistent", but This?! This is literally just a Renamed Version of a processor in that same Lineup. You did not have to rename it.
I bet that new D9020 is gonna run the same performance as the D8000