Performance results of Huawei Mate 30 Pro from Antutu Benchmark
Previously, the network had repeatedly exposed the Huawei Kirin 990 processor Antutu Benchmark running points, which also caused a discussion among netizens. Recently, the official Antutu officially released the highest running score of the Huawei Kirin 990 processor. It is reported that the official release of the Antutu Benchmark is based on the model “LIO-AL00”, and the speculation should be Mate 30 Pro.
Configuration, the phone uses a 2400 × 1176 resolution screen, equipped with Kirin 990 processor, built-in 8GB memory and 128GB of body storage space.
In terms of running points, the current highest score of Antutu Benchmark has been 457,357, including CPU score 151647, GPU score 159418, MEM score 87367, and UX score of 58925. In terms of storage results, the Mate 30 Pro that participated in the test was equipped with UFS 3.0 flash memory.
It is worth noting that the Kirin 990 processor running map released by Antutu Benchmark is the highest score found in the background as of the time of publication. There are still a large number of 350,000 points in the background. It can be inferred that the power-saving mode of the Huawei EMUI 10 system still seems to be enabled by default. In the power-saving mode, the system will limit the CPU/GPU frequency and affect the performance of the mobile phone. Antutu also reminds users that they must manually turn on performance mode if they want to run out of normal grades.
Through the horizontal comparison chart, the total score of the Huawei Kirin 990 processor in the Antutu Benchmark v8 version has exceeded the model equipped with the Snapdragon 855 processor, but there is still a certain amount compared to the Snapdragon 855 Plus model gap.