In anticipation of the release of Mate 8, Huawei often tests the processor 950. At Kirin so long ago, Huawei conducted a series of tests on the graphics accelerator chipset, to show how it is productive in the Kirin 935 GPU, which has recently announced Mate S. The
The new flagship chipset is expected to be presented on November 26 and will boast a graphics accelerator Mali-T880MP4.
So how do you show yourself Mali-T-880 in comparison with the Mali-T628? According to the test results, the new GPU was able to double the frame rate and the number of GFlops compared with its predecessor. Therefore, when it comes to graphics, Mate is 8 should be able to exceed by a wide margin Mate S, which is equipped with Kirin 935.
Besides Mali-T880MP4, Kirin 950 comes with a quad-core Cortex-A72 with a frequency of 2.53 GHz for processing tasks that require the performance. The remaining four core Cortex-A53 clocked at 1.8 GHz provide everyday tasks.
The processor is manufactured by TSMC with 16nm process technology using its FinFET. The chip includes a modem offering connection to LTE cat. 6.