The Mate 20 series, which is the latest smartphone from Huawei, comes with many new technologies in it. One of the most important things is the new chipset, the Kirin 980. This chipset already carries 7nm fabrication technology, making it the first Android mobile chipset with this technology.
But how strong is the performance compared to its competitors, especially those using non Kirin chipsets? Reporting from Gizmochina, the Kirin 980 chipset embedded in the Huawei Mate 20 series successfully recorded a score of 307 thousand points on AnTuTu Benchmark testing.
The score is higher than the average smartphone that carries the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset. For example, the ASUS ROG Phone or Xiaomi Black Shark, which scored between 285 thousand and 299 thousand points . For the record, the score of 307 thousand points achieved is the result of testing the Huawei Mate 20 Pro with 8 GB RAM variants.
But unfortunately despite coming later after the iPhone Xs series, the score achieved by the Kirin 980 still cannot beat the Apple A12 Bionic chipset owned by iPhone Xs and Xr. In the AnTuTu Benchmark test, the Apple A12 can score up to 348 thousand points .