The Chinese Smartphone manufacturer had revealed it’s brand new Kirin 810 HiSilicon Chipset which is a mid-range chip based on the 7nm flagship Kirin 980. it’s the only 7nm SoC manufacturing process in mid-range.
The SoC comes with an octa-core CPU and a Mali-G52 MP6 GPU, it’s CPU consist of two heavy-duty ARM-Cortex-A76 cores clocked at 2.27 GHz and also have six smaller ARM Cortex-A55 cores ticking at 1.88GHz.
The SoC will be powering the recently launched Huawei Nova 5 and will also eventually come to other mid-tier phones of Huawei and Honor Smartphones.
Huawei is very much happy with this SoC ’cause of it’s flagship-grade IVP + ISP with upgrade pixel processing unit, It should help the camera more detailed low-light images cause of improved white-balance algorithm and noise-reduction in RAW image processing.
The latest Kirin 810 provides 162% better performance over the last generation chipset Kirin 710 as long as the GPU is concerned. It’s competitor SD-730 which is also a mid-range chipset which is 11% slower in single-core and 13% slower multi-core than the Kirin 810 and as compared to the GPU of both chip Kirin 810’s Mali-G52 MP6 perform 44% higher frame rates than the Adreno 618 in the SD-730.
The Kirin 810 AI is capable to go against the flaghip chipset like SD-855 and MediaTek Helio P90 AI features due to its DaVinci NPU (Neural Processing Unit) on the Rubik’s Cube Quantitative Stereo Arithmetic Unit. The NPU is smart enough to help the GPU,CPU and memory communication faster and more efficient which will ensure stability in the smartphone. The AI predicts when the GPU is getting overloaded and then adjust it’s frequency according to that,it tracks the frame rates,touch screen input changes in real time and fluency of the device.
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