Antutu benchmarks have unearthed yet another mystery Huawei machines. Codenamed the Huawei Mulan, the device is evidently flagship fire breather!
Sources here in China have been speaking about an upcoming Huawei flagship device for some time, but with excellent releases such as the P7, and Honor range it has been hard to keep up with what the Chinese giant are really up to.
Late last week benchmarks appeared in the Antutu database which jumped started speculation once again, delivering hard facts and details as to what Huawei’s flagship smartphone might have to offer.
Codenamed the Huawei Mulan we can see from the Antutu screenshots that Huawei have opted for their own Hass Kirin 8-core processor rather than going down the Snapdragon route. The self developed octacore runs at 1.3Ghz, 3GB RAM and an ARM Mali-T635 GPU handling the pixels across the 4.8-inch 1080 FHD display. Benchmarks for the Huawei Mulan have the phone running at an impressive 36,182 points, an excellent score considering the phone is probably using Huawei’s own Emotion UI based on Android 4.4.2 Kitkat.
Other details such as the camera specs, battery size etc are still uncertain, but it is believed that the Mulan will come wrapped in an all alloy shell which leaked earlier in the year.