Huawei P6S Antutu benchmarks show off quad-core K3V2+ power

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The Huawei P6S is an updated version of the P6 which is currently undergoing testing with some very impressive Antutu scores.

Antutu benchmarks from the Huawei P6S have been discovered and posted across the Chinese technology scene and they are mighty impressive. The current P6 uses Huawei’s own quad-core K3V2 processor which is a little out of date when compared to modern standards, the new P6S however will feature the next generation K3V2+ processor.

huawei p6s antutu 2 Huawei P6S Antutu benchmarks show off quad core K3V2+ power

Sources tell us the KV32+ is still a quad-core chip running A9 architecture, but with 28nm manufacturing process and updated GPU performance. Not shown here in these alleged benchmarks results are is the processors speed which is said to be 1.6Ghz. This gives the P6S the capability to score up to 22,270 on Antutu!

The Huawei P6S is likely to launch between the end of November to the start of December.

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  • Konged

    I wonder will their v3 will get anywhere near 800 series performance.

    • Marius

      I wonder if their k3v3 will even launch in the near future. They were planning to have it in the P6 but they used the k3v2. Now they plan to launch it with the k3v2+ which means that the k3v3 is no coming out soon.
      I think part of the reason is the revolutionary tech they want to build into the k3v3 which will transform part of the heat back into electricity both cooling the chip and recharging the battery.

      • roberto tomás

        yea I think they might skip it, the market is shifting to 64 bit and they have a k3v4 a57-based chip ready to go

  • Konged

    Been wanting to ask are they as non open source as the mtk based manufacturers?

  • roberto tomás

    that clock speed is laboriously low, it will probably scale up to 2Ghz — this would return a score of around 28k, and make it in keeping for typical mid-tier phones currently on the market.

  • Konged

    But the v2+ may struggle to be clocked any faster than 1.6 as it might get too hot. And the p6 is thin making it even worst so if they don’t get the v3 out soon, it looks like mtk will be overtaking them with the new 65xx. One minor advantage it still has is 4g readiness as there is yet confirmation of whether the higher clocked or larger core 65xx can support lte.

  • http://aitinesia.com galihpermadi

    will it support dual sim?

  • hmmm

    Something wrong with that 2nd picture as it shows G610 and P2 (both already released huawei phones) having as much high benchmark scores when in reality they do not.