At today’s Huawei IFA media communication meeting, Huawei officially released the Kirin 990 series chips, including Kirin 990 5G and Kirin 990. At the meeting, Huawei officially confirmed that the Huawei Mate 30 series use the Kirin 990 processor. This series will arrive in Munich on September 19th.
According to the company, the Kirin 990 5G is the world’s first flagship 5G SoC. It is the smallest 5G phone chip solution in the industry. In addition, it has a smaller area and lower power consumption. Furthermore, it is the first to support NSA/SA dual architecture and TDD/FDD full frequency band. This chip is the industry’s first full Netcom 5G SoC. The download rate is 2.3Gbps, and the uplink peak rate is 1.25Gbps. After superimposing LTE, the download peak rate is 3.3Gbps and the uplink peak rate is 1.32Gbps.
In terms of CPU, Kirin 990 uses 4 A76 big cores and 4 A55 small cores. In addition, it comes with an ARM Mali G76 GPU. Its performance increases by 6% and the energy efficiency increased by 20%. The Kirin 990 also comes with Huawei’s self-developed DaVinci architecture NPU and the micro core achieves ultra-low power consumption. The ISP is upgraded to Kirin ISP 5.0 and supports LPDDR4X memory as well as a UFS 2.1/3.0 flash. What do you think of the Huawei Mate 30 series using Kirin 990? Let us know your thought in the comment.