With the new smartphones that have come to market, it has been interesting to see the growth in computing capacity they have achieved. Everything has been sustained with new processors, always with more cores and, increasingly, with co-processors dedicated to artificial intelligence.
Huawei unveiled Kirin 980, its next processor, at the IFA and now new benchmark tests are emerging, where it is clear that the competition will be outdated, even though it has now brought the market to the forefront.
These new benchmark tests, associated with a device designated Huawei LYA-L29, and thought to be from Huawei Mate 20 Pro, have now emerged on the Geekbench and show that the Kirin 980 is ready to beat all of its Android competition and even venture- up against the A12 Bionic processor from Apple.
The latest results show that the Kirin 980 performs above the competition. The values that emerge in
It is also possible to see that the Mate 20 Pro will arrive with 6GB of RAM, as has been advanced, and also the expected Android 9 Pie, with the EMUI 9. It is not present but should have 3 photographic lenses
These results, when compared to the direct competition of Android, leave the Mate 20 Pro at a comfortable distance. The Galaxy S9 +, with the Exynos 9810, had a score of 3321 points on one core tests and 8662 points on multi-core tests.
Huawei, when presenting the Kirin 980, had already alerted to the processing capabilities of its new processor. In addition to this capability, the two neuronal co-processors, which will support the rest, will also have to deal with the calculations associated with Artificial Intelligence, an area where Huawei has worked extensively and can already be used in its Mate 10 Pro and P20 Pro.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro will be unveiled on October 16 in London, where all of its specifications and news will finally be known. In addition to this processing capacity, it is expected that in the field of photography this is the machine to beat, just as it is with the P20 Pro.