bexiu, 29 Nov 2023They keep recycling 3 yrs old chip oh godYou know what happened in 2020 and why they had to start from zero. They could already be the first.
Do you have something more smart to say?
OpposedScroll75, 29 Nov 2023Except it isn'tThat's right. In my previous comment I said it felt like a more advanced chipset. Of course I knew the tensor g2 is a flagship chipset and thus, it is suposed to perform that way, except it doesn't
bexiu, 29 Nov 2023They keep recycling 3 yrs old chip oh godAs a Huawei Mate 20 user, I can easily say that I don't mind if Huawei does this. The Mate 20's Kirin 980 SoC is still plenty powerful in 2023 while running EMUI 12.
vi, 29 Nov 2023The point is besides ancient technology the security is horribleProof?
The point is besides ancient technology the security is horrible
They keep recycling 3 yrs old chip oh god
brsdrgn, 28 Nov 2023It is not 14nm, it's 7nm. Even the author of the site seems to have no idea so fixes it b... moreits not from random comment section, its from japanese research firm based on their own mate 60 pro teardown.
Aparently it will be the Kirin 830.
What might be the differences?
- There are 8 reported cores. Kirin 9000S has 12. The reason is Hyper Thread.
- Performance CPU is clocked at 2.5 Ghz. The Kirin 9000S goes with 2.65 GHz.
- The Multi core performance in the 9000S is 4152.
The one shown is 3790-ish.
It might imply that Hyper thread is disabled.
Also, since Huawei might try to recover market they won't use another design for the Kirin 720, so yeah. The 3 chips might be from the same design, being the best the Kirin 9000S, the 2nd best the 830 and the last ones the Kirin 720 with lesser clock speed. That is at least for now to save cost. And in the process they can bring up the clock speed of the 720 to call it 725 or something like that to make it last longer.
Hackbox, 28 Nov 2023poor guy. still in 7nm.695 , 778G, 782G. Most midrange are 6nm.
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2023My bad since I typed 3 instead of 5, making the behavior look like it's exclusive to iPho... moreAndroid OEMS: If iPhones are excellent at cameras, we're gonna one up them!
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2023actualy, its 14 nm
https://nanoreview.net/en/soc/hisilicon-kirin-9000sIt is not 14nm, it's 7nm. Even the author of the site seems to have no idea so fixes it based on the comments coming.
If you wanna figure out how Huawei shocked actually the world by processing a 7nm, watch the news video:
Why not rebranding the kirin 9000 instead?
Mills, 28 Nov 2023I feel bad for all those A17 Pro chips out there who could be taking stunning landscape/beach ... moreMy bad since I typed 3 instead of 5, making the behavior look like it's exclusive to iPhone users. It's the same thing with most Android users. Which kinda sucks as most that get sold now are camera focused phones. With functions that can still be serviced by older ones. Smh.
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2023Poor 3nm chips. Reduced to only being used for Tiktok and other social media. I feel bad for all those A17 Pro chips out there who could be taking stunning landscape/beach sunset photos or play high quality games on max settings but no. They're being used for TikTok and Snapchat and whatever. The Apple A12/A13 can handle all that just fine. Apple consumers aren't bad people, I just dislike it when people don't use the max capability of their device.
Hackbox, 28 Nov 2023poor guy. still in 7nm.Kirin 9000s is actually 14nm chip
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2023Please, stop it. We can't handle your bullshit anymore.Hi Anonymous, I noticed your comment, and I want to make sure I understand your perspective better. Could you please clarify what specific aspects of my post you find problematic or disagree with? I'm open to constructive feedback and would like to have a more informed discussion. Thanks!
It's funny because on every post about Huawei or Harmony OS you have a group of Huawei hater trolls.
They have nothing else to do?