Yesterday, Huawei officially announced its newest premium mid-range processor, the Kirin 810 SoC. It is present in the Huawei Nova 5 which is also launched in China. The new chipset is said to deliver excellent performance, promising high scores on benchmark tests.
Now, the Huawei Nova 5 (SEA-AL00) appeared in AnTuTu test with the new chipset, revealing 237437 points, being superior to the mid-range Snapdragon 730 SoC from Qualcomm, and to the old top of the line Snapdragon 835. Check out:
The model (Nova 5) used to record this score has 8GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage space. In addition, it runs on Android 9.0 Pie operating system. Both CPU & GPU (Mali-G52) scores of Kirin 810 exceed Snapdragon 730.
The chipset is intended for medium-cost smartphones with interesting features that include, for example, 7-nanometer lithography and superior performance to the Snapdragon 730 in benchmarks.
The hardware features eight cores (two ARM Cortex-A76 at 2.27 GHz + six ARM Cortex-A55 cores at 1.88 GHz) and MPEG Arm Mali-G52 GPU, with a performance 162% higher than the previous generation.
In addition, it provides support for Kirin Gaming technology, which improves the quality of the games and enhances the contrast and sharpness of the images. In benchmarks, the Kirin 810 was able to deliver interesting results thanks to its NPU, based on Huawei’s Da Vinci architecture. Huawei’s self-developed NPU is industry leading.