Huawei is reported to take over the highly advanced and Snapdragon 710 with its all-new Kirin 710 Processor.
After Qualcomm’s announcement on the Snapdragon 700 line-up, the Snapdragon 710 has finally made it’s Mark and has been able to push an itch to a few smartphone manufacturers like Huawei.
About Huawei’s Kirin 710 Processor
According to reports, Huawei is actively working to launch the Kirin 710 Processor in July this year.
Sources who have evidence also say that the Kirin 710 Processor would give direct competition to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 710 processor in terms of performance and benchmark scores.
Reports also say that it is built with a 12-nanometer process at the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.
The processor would also sport Huawei’s chipset architecture pattern which is more likely similar to the Cortex A73 CPUs.
The Kirin 710 is an upgrade from its previous Kirin 659 CPU and this time, the chipset has been built using a 10nm node at Samsung Electronics.
It also features a multi-core AI engine and capabilities like the neural network processing that have been a hot topic in advancing mobile technology.
The Kirin 710 Sports:
- Two cores of Kryo 360 Cortex A75 clocked at 2.2GHz
- Six cores of Kryo 360 Cortex A55 with processing speeds of 1.7GHz.
It is reportedly an octa-core processor which is coupled with an Adreno 616 Graphics which is programmed to compromise a large 35 percent better graphics rendering.
Meanwhile, quite a lot of smartphone manufacturers have been using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor in their smartphones.
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Although we do not have much of quality information about the Kirin 710 chipset, something that we do know is that the chipset would be used in the upcoming Huawei Nova 3 (codename- Paris) and also in the Huawei P20 Lite.
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Rumoured Specifications Of Huawei Nova 3
The smartphones are expected to launch in the month of July this year and the device would be featuring an all-display screen with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and the Dual-Lens Camera Setup on the back.
Huawei has also been reportedly working on two other models of the same – with the following serial numbers.
This year, Huawei has projected to ship over 140 million smartphones in 2018.
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