Honor 30’s Kirin 985 chipset gets benchmarked, scores slightly better than the Kirin 820-TechWeu

Honor 30's Kirin 985 chipset gets benchmarked, scores slightly better than the Kirin 820-TechWeu
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These days Huawei’s sub-brand name Honor took the wraps off of the 30 collection – comprised of the eponymous Honor 30, but also the 30 Professional and 30 Pro+.

The Honor 30 is powered by the brand new Kirin 985 chipset, which has not been showcased on any other units ahead of – contrary to the Kirin 990 5G which is in the Honor 30 Pro and Professional+.

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Performance

Provided its identify, you’d be expecting its general performance to be extremely near to that of the Kirin 990, but it sadly seems like that is not the case.

In fact, it is really closer to the 980, but won’t even match that. The Kirin 985 looks to be somewhere in amongst the Kirin 820 and the Kirin 980, at the very least according to AnTuTu quantities that have been leaked now.

Kirin 985 AnTuTu results and comparison
Kirin 985 AnTuTu results and comparison

Kirin 985 AnTuTu outcomes and comparison

The Kirin 985 scored 386,045 factors, when the Kirin 820 is at 375,720, and the Kirin 980 scores 397,541.

The good information for Honor is that the 985 basically destroys Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G in this benchmark, with the competing chip only controlling a score of 322,826.

Of training course we’ll reserve extra judgement on the Honor 30 for our full in-depth evaluation, which is coming quickly.

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