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March 07, 2014

Huawei Kirin 920 benchmarked, beats Snapdragon 801

Huawei’s clearly not one to be trifled with when it comes to mobile processors. The company’s upcoming homebrewed 8-core chipset, dubbed as the Kirin 920, has been spotted on AnTuTu Benchmark Test and has given its rivals a good run for their money.

Huawei Kirin 920

The yet-to-released processor notched a 37,363 score on the aforementioned benchmark tool, only a couple of hundreds below the formidable Snapdragon 805 and only spots below the two variants of the NVidia Tegra K1.

As for the specifics, the Huawei Kirin 920 utilizes ARM big.LITTLE architecture and it comprises of two quad-core processors namely Cortex-A53 and Cortex-A58. It’s backed by a Mali-628MP4 GPU and supports dual-channel 800MHz DDR3 RAM.

Huawei H300 specs

It’s still uncertain though if the company will implement HMP (Heterogeneous Multi-Processing) or similar technology in order for their chipset to run on all eights.

Other features of the Kirin 920 include support for WQXGA (2560×1600) display, 32-megapixel camera sensor and 4G/LTE connectivity.

Source (In Chinese) | Via

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2 Responses to “Huawei Kirin 920 benchmarked, beats Snapdragon 801”

  1. Komento says:

    Personally, I find the SD400 to be more than enough for average users. Anything beyond that is wasted power. It’s time chip makers focus more on battery efficiency than benchmark scores.

  2. abuzalzal says:

    Unfortunately, HUAWEI phones are overpriced.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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