Dimensity 9300 & 8300 are now optimised for Google Gemini Nano


As predicted, AI systems on smartphones are becoming the trend brands want to follow. Even MediaTek seems keen on facilitating access to AI on smartphones. Of course, it'll be through their mobile SoCs.

In an announcement this week, MediaTek confirmed that the Dimensity 9300 and Dimensity 8300 will enable developers to provide generative AI features on mobile devices. MediaTek is collaborating with Google to optimise its two chipsets to work with Gemini Nano, one of Google's Large Language Models (LLM). It's meant to be more lightweight, efficient, and capable of running offline on Android devices.

In other words, it doesn't need to access cloud servers. That means it doesn't require access to cloud servers to work. This means users get a seamless experience, more privacy, better security, and more. On the other hand, it also means that how fast the AI can process depends on the device's chipset. MediaTek has ported Gemini Nano to the chipsets' APU to improve performance.

Currently, the features provided haven't been confirmed. We also don't know how well they would perform. Having said that, what AI-powered features do you hope to see from these two MediaTek chipsets? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned to TechNave for more news like this.