The Huawei Kirin 970 processor is a new generation of hyper-fast mobile chip with a key new feature, a neural Processing Unit (NPU). It is key because it drives the Kirin 970’s mobile artificial intelligence platform, which enables cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI) and on-device AI to run alongside each other, faster than ever before. Huawei Mate 10 is powered by Kirin 970 processor. Huawei’s Chip Kirin 970 Acquired the Fastest Baseband LTE.
Huawei’s Kirin 970 chip in the Mate 10 has many intelligent highlights, which includes the fact that it is the first AI mobile computing platform. It is built with the 10nm process and is the first commercial Mali G72 and so on.There is a crucial point about the Kirin 970 chipset which has to do with its LTE Baseband. No doubt Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 has the strongest baseband with1 Gbps but it is now defeated by Kirin 970 which achieved downlink at the maximum rate of 1.2Gbp.
Huawei’s Chip Kirin 970 Acquired the Fastest Baseband LTE
To get a better idea of how the NPU inside the Kirin 970 is benefiting you, Christophe Coutelle, Huawei’s vice president of software marketing explained, using the camera app Prisma as an example.
“For an app like Prisma, the phone uses the camera and therefore the ISP, plus the CPU, the GPU for display, and still needs capacity to run the AI model. Having hardware (in this case the NPU) dedicated to AI is guaranteed to speed up the process. This means a higher frame rate, smoother transitions, and reduced power consumption.”
Huawei’s executives have also released shots which showed that the network speed on the Mate 10 Pro reached 1039.61 Gbps which is definitely higher than Snapdragon 835 theoretical maximum of 1 Gbps.