Just yesterday, MediaTek released its new flagship processor Tiangui 9000+ without any warning, which is fully benchmarked against Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+. Today, the first Geekbench score of the 9000+ was revealed, and the performance is not bad. The single-core score of the 9000+ is 1322, and the multi-core score comes to 4331; for comparison, the single-core score of the Snapdragon 8+ is only 1311, and the multi-core score is only 4070.
This means that the Tiangui 9000+ has achieved the surpassing of Snapdragon 8+ in both single-core and multi-core performance, sitting on the title of the most powerful CPU performance in the current Android camp.
It is reported that the Tiangui 9000+ increases the frequency of single mega-core Cortex-X2 from 3.05GHz to 3.2GHz on the basis of Tiangui 9000, while the three large cores A710 are maintained at 2.85GHz and the four small cores A510 are maintained at 1.8GHz.
The other specifications of the Tiangui 9000+ are unchanged and remain the same as the Tiangui 9000.
No brand has yet announced the debut of the Tiangui 9000+ processor, but according to breaking news, we’ll be able to see new machines with the processor hit the market in the third quarter of this year.