Today, Huawei officially released its second 7nm Soc, Kirin 810. The Huawei Kirin 810 uses TSMC’s 7nm process, which is 50% higher than Samsung’s 8nm process transistor density and 64% higher than the 10nm process. The overall energy efficiency is 28% higher than the 10nm process. We now have the first AnTuTu test of a smartphone with this processor. The device used is designated “SEA-AL00”, which is Huawei nova 5, equipped with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Huawei Kirin 810 hit 237,437 points which is better than Kirin 970, Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 835. We can safely say that a new mid-range “god” is in town.
According to the official introduction, the Kirin 810 adopts the new self-developed Huawei DaVinci architecture NPU. The AI runs up to 32,280 points, exceeding the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and Snapdragon 730.
Not only that, the Kirin 810 uses the flagship A76 big core. It consists of two high-performance large core (Cortex A76) + six energy-efficient small core combination (Cortex A55). The CPU clock speed is 2.27GHz. And it also integrates the hexa-core Mali-G52 GPU. The rest of the features include Huawei HiAI 2.0 technology, AI video, AI games and AI US audio, a flagship ISP image processor, and so on. It supports dual card dual standby (dual VoLTE) with Kirin Gaming+ technology.
Due to these features and optimizations, the Kirin 810 has flagship image processing capabilities. According to the official introduction, Kirin 810 has a powerful night scene algorithm with higher brightness and greater tolerance. Reportedly, Huawei’s new chip will be available not only on the Huawei Nova 5 but also on other models as well.