We all know that almost two days back, Huawei introduced its highly anticipated series. The Huawei Nova 5 Series includes the three Nova 5 handsets- Nova 5, Nova 5 Pro & Nova 5i. Recently, the vanilla model of the Nova 5 surfaced on AnTuTu.
Kirin 810 SoC Powers The All-New Huawei Nova 5
The regular Nova 5 Version of the handset is powered by all-new Kirin 810 SoC. I was anxiously waiting for the AnTuTu listings because I really wanted to know about the Performance of this new chipset. The good part of the news is that the AnTuTu charts have painted a pretty nice picture of the midrange Kirin 810.
The Snapdragon 730 is the Qualcomm’s current best midrange SoC. According to the listings, the Nova 5 has scored 237,000 points overall. It is 13% higher than the average Snapdragon 730 results in the database. In addition to all this, It’s also about a 70% improvement over the old Kirin 710. According to me, the new chipset is more powerful than the previous ones. Moreover, it will bring nearly 3x improvement over the Kirin 710 chipset. So, it means that the vanilla model ushering the Kirin 810 SoC will perform better than the all available Huawei Phones.
The Kirin 810 SoC is based on a 7nm process and is the successor to the Kirin 710 SoC with powerful cores. After the launch of this chipset, Huawei has become the first company ever with Two 7nm chipsets in its Portfolio.