It was previously reported that Huawei might bring back the Kirin processor. Are you looking forward to that?
As previously stated, there will be a next generation of Kirin processors, not Kirin 9XXX, but Kirin 9100, or Kirin 9 Gen 1, which has not yet been released.
In addition, overseas blogger @RODENT950 also mentioned a Kirin chip, code-named KC10, that is, Kirin 9010, which belongs to the iterative version of Kirin 9000. In performance mode, Antutu can reach 1.3 million points, which is better than Snapdragon 8+.
However, the chip provided by the partner of the pilot, the only reason for the appearance of the engineering aircraft is for testing verification, as to want to mass production, is definitely not possible at present.
It seems unlikely that Kirin will launch such a high-end CPU if it does return.
According to the netizen's Revelations, the Changxiang 60, which will be released in the mid-range, is likely to be equipped with Haysin Kirin Keywest processor, slightly better than the Kirin 710F.
In July 2018, Huawei released its Nova 3i phone, which uses the Kirin 710 processor, the first time the processor has been seen in public. The Kirin 710 processor uses an 8-core design and is built by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing's 12nm process.
As for the Chirin 710F, the processor adopts 8 core design, respectively using 4 A73 large core and 4 A53 small core, the highest main frequency can run to 2.2GHz, and the GPU uses Mali-G51 MP4, also 12nm process.
As for the difference between the Kirin 710F and the 710, Huawei Mall explained that the Kirin 710 processor series includes the Kirin 710F and the Kirin 710 because of various packaging processes used in production, and the two are the same in terms of functional parameters. And the F is probably FCCSP (Flip Chip Chip Scale Package), which means flip chip level package.
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