Huawei officially launches the SoC HiSilicon Kirin 950

Kirin HiSilicon 950

The Chinese manufacturer Huawei announced today, as expected, its new high-end processor, theKirin HiSilicon 950.

The chipset represents the company's new solution for top-of-the-range devices that will be launched over the next few months.

Kirin HiSilicon 950

The first terminal to integrate this processor will be the Huawei Mate 8 which will officially debut the 26th November in China.

On a technical level, the chipset is characterized by a production process a 16 nm FinFET and from architecture big. LITTLE.

Let's talk about a octa-core core composed of four A72 cores with maximum clock a 2.53 GHz e four A53 cores for less complex operations with a maximum clock a 1.8 GHz. To limit consumption, the Chinese manufacturer has included a coprocessor named i5 that "will always be listening" allowing you to use advanced features without disproportionate energy consumption.

Complete the technical card a powerful GPU Mali-T880 MP4, a modem LTE Cat. 6 and call support Volta.

L'Kirin HiSilicon 950 has already shown the muscles on some benchmarks as you reported yesterday.

We just have to wait for the Huawei Mate 8 to find out how this new processor will behave in the field and how it will be able to guarantee high-profile performance with reduced energy consumption.

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