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The new Huawei Kirin 1020 be 50% better than the 990

Kirin 1020 faster than Kirin 990

This year Huawei launched the Kirin 990 and Kirin 990 5G processors, which were present in their best phones and proved to be one of the best in the market. Now, for the year ahead, they already prepare a new processor called Kirin 1020 and whose code name is "Baltimore." Let's not forget that Huawei usually puts city names on its chips, so this should not surprise us.

Next, we introduce you all the information that has been leaked so far about this new processor for the high-end Huawei of 2020.

How to be the Kirin 1020?

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The first data that has been leaked from the Kirin 1020 is to be manufactured using the 5 nm TSMC process. That means being more energy efficient and having a more stable performance than the Kirin 990 that is manufactured using the 7 nm TSMC process. However, the biggest leap of this Kirin 1020 is in the processing cores.

And it is that the Kirin 1020 use the Cortex-A78 cores, which we can already see in other high-end SoCs as in the MediaTek Dimensity 1000. If we compare these cores with the Cortex-A77 of the Kirin 990, we can deduce that by architecture Kirin 1020 performance is 50% better than Kirin 990.

In addition, considering that the Kirin 990 is already very fast, then there is no doubt that the Kirin 1020 be a beast. For now, that's all we know about Huawei's new high-end SoC. An nothing is known about its GPU, but when new data is leaked here on Androidphoria we will inform you immediately.

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