The Honor officials have announced that the Honor 30S will be released live online on March 30. Its one of the biggest highlights is the debut of the new Kirin 820 5G processor. Now the Geekbench score of the upcoming device has been exposed. The performance of Kirin 820 5G is close to that of Kirin 980. Yesterday, a Chinese blogger on Weibo exposed the Geekbench score of Honor 30S.
According to the Geekbench database, the upcoming smartphone model CDY-AN90 will be powered by an octa-core HiSilicon Kirin processor with a base frequency of 1.84 GHz. In addition, there is no mention of 5G support.
The listing notes 8GB RAM and the latest Android 10. This OS is most likely to have a custom EMUI skin on top. Also, the storage capacity hasn’t been revealed by the Geekbench listing. In terms of benchmark performance, the Honor 30S scored 635 points in the single-core test. While it has logged 2433 points in the multi-core test.
As a comparison, Kirin 980 achieves 692 points in single-core and multi-core points are 2513. The Snapdragon 765G runs in single-core 618 and multi-core 1909.
Kirin 820 Parameter Chip Configuration
Lastly, Kirin 820 is a 7nm 8-core chip with 4 powerful Cortex-A76 CPU cores and 4 energy-efficient Cortex-A55, with a maximum clock frequency of 2.36 GHz. There is also a Mali-G57 GPU on the chip, but its clock speed and number of cores are not unknown. In addition to the Kirin 820 5G chip, the Honor 30S is also expected to use a side fingerprint recognition solution + matrix rear quad-shot setup, a gradient white/orange color version and a 40W power adapter.
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