The chinese manufacturer Honor has today launched its new high-end mobile, the Honor 30, and 30 the Pro. One of the most striking features of the Honor 30, which introduces a new processor created by HiSilicon, a company closely linked with Huawei and Honor. Not in vain is that which creates its processors, as is the case.
We talk about the Kirin 985, a chip that was expected to arrive last year with the Huawei Mate 30 but was postponed for a better one, the Kirin 990.
With respect to that chip, which uses the Matte 30 but also the Huawei P40, this Kirin 985 offers a lower power, but still is a processor of high-end.
The Kirin 985 has 5G integrated
One of the biggest differences of this processor with respect to the Kiri 980 is that it includes not only the 4G connectivity, but also the 5G, in its two variants, HLA and SA, as does the Kirin 990.
This allows you to provide this connectivity to mobile that to not be the best of the catalogues of honor and Huawei without raising too much the price.
According to the manufacturer it could achieve download speeds of up to 1277 Mbps and an upload of up to 173 Mbps. These speeds are superior to those that can make the modem of Qualcomm, the Snapdragon X55.
A lot of power, without reaching the limit
The Kirin 985 integrates an eight-core CPU, in configuration 1+3+4. The first is the more powerful, a Cortex-A76 with a clock frequency of 2.58 GHz. The three following, and Cortex-A76 but with clock frequencies of 2.4 GHz each. Finally, we have a set of four cores Cortex-A55 with a clock frequency of 1.84 GHz.
The GPU is a Mali-G77 of eight cores, and includes a NPU of dual-core along with a Kirin ISP 5.0, similar to the one we have in the Kirin 990.
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