China’s Huawei looks poised to take the lead in AnTuTu’s ranking of the world’s most powerful cell phones. The company that recently launched the P20 family of smartphone line tops should run over all brands with the likely Mate 20, which would have run over all competitors in punctuation in the benchmark application.
The test found by the Chinese CNMO website shows the processor the result of the Kirin 980 processor, which will be the update of the 970 version that is in force today in Huawei’s handsets and some other brands. The mark achieved is 356,918 points, which far surpasses the closest competitors. For comparison, the Galaxy S9 + currently reaches an average score of 264,000, as the GSMArena reports.
The expectation is that the Mate 20 will be presented only in the last quarter of the year, so the details are scarce. What is expected is that the Kirin 980 will bet on a 7 nanometer process with Cortex-A75 cores with advances in the NPU (neural processing unit) dedicated to tasks related to artificial intelligence.
The handset itself should keep the Huawei bets seen in the P20 family, especially in relation to the camera, which runs away from the conventional with three rear sensors instead of just one or two. The P20 Pro leads the ranking of DxOMark as the best camera of the moment, so there is no reason to mess with the team that is winning.