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Kirin 810 AnTuTu Score is out, outperforms Snapdragon 730

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The Kirin 810 debuted recently with the Huawei Nova 5 & it is the first 7nm processor in the mid-range segment. Previously, we had only the flagship processors like Kirin 980, Snapdragon 855, etc. built on the 7nm process. At the launch event, Huawei showed how the 810 outperforms the Snapdragon 730 but now, the Kirin 810 AnTuTu Score is out which shows up in detail how the 810 competes with the Snapdragon 710 & 730.

KIRIN 810 ANTUTU SCORE

To recap, the Kirin 810 chip features two high-performance Cortex-A76 cores & six Cortex-A55 cores. There is a Mali-G52 MP6 GPU & not to forget, the DaVinci NPU that is based on the Rubik’s Cube Quantitative Stereo Arithmetic Unit. It tops the list of processors in terms of AI Performance & beats even the Kirin 980 & Snapdragon 855.

As the image above shows, the Kirin 810 scores 237,437 on AnTuTu benchmark, which is an impressive score considering that the Snapdragon 845 of last year scored around 250K on AnTuTu benchmark. So, this clearly shows how fast the performance of processors is improving every year.

Talking about the comparison, the Kirin 810 AnTuTu score for CPU is 92771, which is more than that of Snapdragon 730 (87316) & Snapdragon 710 (62436). The GPU performance is also better as the Kirin 810 scores 73380 on AnTuTu benchmark whereas the Snapdragon 730 is far behind at 58149. The Memory score is comparable as the Kirin 810 scores 14888 while the Snapdragon 730 scores 13844. Same is the case for the UX score.

So overall, the Kirin 810 AnTuTu Score is 237427 & that of Snapdragon 730 is 210052. So, it clearly shows that the former beats the latter by a noticeable margin.

What do you think of the Kirin 810’s Benchmarks? Do let us know via the comments section.

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