Danish Kapoor
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MediaTek introduced Dimensity 7300 and dual-screen supported 7300X

MediaTek today introduced two new chipsets called Dimensity 7300 and Dimensity 7300X. Built on a 4nm design, these devices replace the Dimensity 7050 and are virtually identical with one key difference: the 7300X supports dual displays.

Both chips come with four 2.5 GHz Cortex-A78 and four 2.0 GHz Cortex-A55 CPUs and offer 25 percent lower power consumption compared to their 6 nm predecessors.

MediaTek's new chips are equipped with Arm Mali-G615 GPU and in-house HyperEngine for graphics and seamless gaming experience. 7300 chips will offer 20 percent faster FPS and 20 percent better energy efficiency.

On which phones will MediaTek Dimensity 7300 and 7300X be used?

The Dimensity 7300 and 7300X support LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage and come with a new Imagiq 950 12-bit HDR ISP that allows dual simultaneous video capture. Display support is high at WFHD+ at 120 Hz and Full HD+ at 144 Hz, and the 7300X also supports a second display, which is usually found on the cover panel of foldable phones.

MediaTek hasn't said which phones will get the new chips or when that might happen. However, the Dimensity 7300X is expected to appear in the already certified Motorola Razr 50.

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