The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is in everyone’s mouth, especially its Pro variant, which, as anticipated by many leaks, will follow the trend of the moment with a full-screen display.
Just before we’ve brought you an article with the alleged Chinese and European prices of this promising smartphone, now we show you what your benchmark board should be on the well-known GeekBench portal.
As you can see, the Kirin 970, the first NPU (Neural Processing Unit) mobile chip, is able to totalize, at a frequency of 1.84 GHz, single and multi-core scores of 1900 and 6206 respectively. that put it in the same league as the other flagships in the market like the Samsung Galaxy S8 which scored 1960 points in the Single-Core and 6441 points in the Multi-Core test. Another reason to believe that the Huawei BLA-L29 is the Mate 10 Pro.
If confirmed, this would be an absolutely encouraging result, indicating how Huawei has finally reached the same levels as Qualcomm in the performance of its top range SoC. For example, I recall that a Xiaomi Mi 6 equipped with Snapdragon 835, at a frequency of 1.90 GHz, manages to collect scores of the same order of magnitude.
The Kirin 970 therefore, judging from what has just been seen, is a SoC which will certainly lack a brutal power, which is very appealing in this respect, but that will be even more as soon as it shows its potential within the ‘artificial intelligence. By now we only miss two days at the presentation of the new Huawei Mate 10 Pro, we will soon find out what this promising jewel of the Chinese house is capable of. Stay tuned.