As we learned a few hours ago, the Chinese brand Honor has just presented the new Honor 30 series which includes the Honor 30, 30 Pro and 30 Pro +. Among these, the Honor 30 is the one equipped with a completely new CPU, or the Huawei Kirin 985 5G.
Honor 30 with Huawei Kirin 985 caught on AnTuTu
Well, as you may have already guessed from the title, in this article we will see how well the new SoC is performing. The newly released smartphone was in fact caught on the famous AnTuTu benchmark platform with the model name "BMH-AN10".
How many points did he manage to get? Well, the image above is quite explanatory, we are talking about 386045 points which for a medium-high-end chipset is not bad at all.
This score is then divided into a score of 122531 as regards the computing power, 131623 for the GPU, then graphic part, a score of 69180 for the memory and finally 62711 for the UX, or the user experience.
If we compare the Huawei Kirin 985 to its predecessor, the Kirin 820, we find that the performance of the new CPU is better in the GPU, memory and UX field, while on the computing power we see a slightly lower score.
Having said that, considering that the Kirin 985 is similar to the Kirin 820 from the point of view of the CPU architecture and that it has a higher frequency, the performance should undoubtedly be superior. So we are most likely faced with a software optimization problem.
But what do you think of this score? Did it surprise you for good or for bad? Please let us know in the comments section below.