It’s no secret anywhere that Huawei is now working on a very successor to its Kirin 970 type chipset and it will stick to the inside of the upcoming Mate 20 lineup. Oh, and if it is the leaked benchmark results from the month of April that are to be believed, we expect great performance and great power efficiency gains thanks to its 7nm manufacturing process by TSMC.
Now a very new report confirms that adds more details to its overall picture. According to the available screenshots snapped from what it seems to be an app that collects various type of information about rumored and being released at SoCs, the Kirin 980 will run out of octa-core CPU in 4x Cortex-A77 + 4x Cortex-A55 configuration. The first ever cluster is clocked at frequency 2.8 GHz while the major clock speeds of the small Cortex-A55 cores are still unknown to the public.
RAM is being listed as LPDDR4X, which is now very unsurprising, and we also got a valued confirmation of the type Mali-G72 MP24 GPU. With the twice of its number of cores, it should be of a very massive upgrade over the form Mali-G72 MP12 found in the very current Kirin 970 SoC.
These specs sheet which mentions a second-generation NPU to deliver the common AI-driven features and with a triple ISP to make the image processing faster. And it’s probably safe to say that the given Mate 20 Pro will go for a triple camera setup, just like the P20 Pro.
The chipset which will be announced at IFA on August 30, by the following debut of the Mate 20 series in the month of October.
UPDATE: It has come to our attention that the specs may be listed in the app that isn’t as reliable as we may be thought. Some of them might turn into out to be true but some may not. The Cortex-A77 cores, for this type of example, there are still being unannounced by the ARM (A76 is as high as it gets as of now). Still, the ARM may announce the new form of architecture which is along with the way or alongside Huawei’s IFA keynote.
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