Huawei is facing many problems due to the influence of the White House ban, preventing the company from accessing US technology, but this seems impossible to prevent the development of Chinese manufacturers. After the launch of the new generation of chipsets.
Until now, Huawei's chips manufactured by HiSilicon are still one of the fastest in the world and the recently released benchmark results have once again proved it.
Huawei introduced the Kirin 810 chipset on June 21, manufactured on a 7nm process similar to the Kirin 980 chip seen on the P30 Pro. It is known that Nova 5 is the first smartphone to be equipped with this new mid-range chipset and today, it excelled at AnTuTu's performance test, showing that Kirin 810 is completely superior to the Snapdragon 730 of Qualcomm.
Specifically, Kirin 810 achieved an average AnTuTu score of 237,437, higher than the 210,052 points of the Snapdragon 730 and 140,009 points of Snapdragon 710. The high performance score of Kirin 810 comes from two high-performance cores Cortex-A76 2.27GHz clock and six energy-efficient cores Cortex-A55 with 1.88GHz clock.
Kirin 810 comes with the Mali-G52 GPU, which has a much higher graphics score than both the mid-range Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 710 models. In particular, this chipset also has super-high AI performance at 32,280 points, exceeding superior to the Snapdragon 855 – Qualcomm's most advanced processor today.