Huawei Says Kirin 980 Is Faster Than Apple’s A12 Bionic

Huawei Says Kirin 980 Is Faster Than Apple's A12 Bionic

You may have recently noticed the cynical campaign waged by Huawei on Apple, before and after the announcement of the new iPhone phones, and now the Chinese company has returned to it by showing off the capabilities of its latest processors compared to the latest processors of Apple.

At the IFA 2018 at the end of August, Huawei announced its latest Kirin 980 processor, which will run its upcoming Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro phones scheduled for October 16.

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Before the two phones were announced, Huawei held an event to talk about the details of the Kirin 980 processor. The company representative said that the processor is faster than the A12 Bionic processor, which runs the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.

It is believed that the main reason why Huawei is confident in the success of the Kirin 980 is that it has developed it for three years with a focus on energy, efficiency, intelligence, and communications. It has about 6.9 billion transistors, the same number of transistors as the Apple A12 Bionic processor.

Although Apple’s first 7nm processor is on the market, the Kirin 980 is the first to be announced.

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Now the final say remains for the user experience after the availability of the phones Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro and compared with the new iPhone.

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