Huawei Kirin 810 Performance and Comparison
On the afternoon of June 21, Huawei officially released its second 7nm Soc Kirin 810. The Kirin 810 uses TSMC’s 7nm process, which is 50% higher than the Samsung 8nm process transistor density and 64% higher than the 10nm process. The overall energy efficiency is 28% higher than the 10nm process.
In terms of specifications, the CPU part of Kirin 810 adopts the 2+6 architecture design, which is two Cortex-A76 large cores with a frequency of 2.27GHz and six Cortex-A55 small cores with a frequency of 1.88GHz. In the GPU part, the Kirin 810 used a customized version of the Mali-G52 MP6, clocked at 820MHz. In addition, the Kirin 810 is also equipped with a self-developed DaVinci architecture NPU.
So, what is the performance of the Kirin 810? After the conference, Antutu Benchmark found relevant results in the back-end database.
It is reported that the model of the extension type is “SEA-AL00”, which is Huawei nova 5, equipped with 8GB of memory and 256GB of on board storage space (but the official website only has 8+128GB version).
In terms of scores, the current average score of the Kirin 810 is about 237,000 points. This score has surpassed the Kirin 970, the Snapdragon 730 and the Snapdragon 835. It can be said to be a mid-end god U.
Comparison between Kirin 810 vs Snapdragon 730 vs Snapdragon 710
In terms of comparison scores, Kirin 810 has different degrees of leadership in CPU, GPU, UX and MEM, with a total lead of 13%.