Chinese technology giant Huawei, in addition to introducing the Mate 40 series, also introduced its new processors to its users. The features of the new processors named Kirin 9000 5G SoC and Kirin 9000E with 5 nm architecture were also announced.
Huawei introduced many of its new technologies to the world with the event it held today. Although the star of the launch was undoubtedly the Huawei Mate 40 series, Huawei Eyewear II, Watch GT 2 Porsche Design and Petal Maps were among the points that attracted the attention of users.
Still, after phones, the thing that attracted the most attention was the processors to power Huawei’s phones. It is stated that the Kirin 9000 Series, which is said to be the most complex 5 nm 5G SoC currently available on the market, will replace the Kirin 990 5G.
The first processor to cross the 15 billion conductor limit
The new processor, which is said to have more than 15.3 billion conductors, also manages to be the first processor to cross the 15 billion mark. This makes Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin 9000 processor the densest 5G processor ever.
The powerful processor also contains cores that can go up to 3.13 GHz. The 8-core processor has one large 3.13 GHz Cortex A-77, three mid-size and 2.54 GHz Cortex-A77, as well as four small Cortex-A55s at 2.05 GHz. Since the base frequency of the processor is slightly above Snapdragon 865+, the processor is currently called the fastest phone processor. We can say that the processor is the 24-core Mali-G78 in the image processing unit.
When we look at the other processor Kirin 9000E introduced by Huawei, the number of cores in the GPU drops to 22. Processors using an 8-core array do not differ on the CPU side.
When we examine the 5G side of the processors, it is possible to see Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz and Wi-Fi 5 GHz. It is also known that the processor will support high internet speeds, low times in variable connection situations, and simultaneous downloads.