The Honor V30 series continues to generate news after being launched two days ago. In a recent development, after making known the devices that make it up, the company's president, Zhao Ming, said that these will not be taken by DxOMark to be qualified on its test platform, giving some arguments.
The new that comes to us now has to do with the power and performance of the Honor V30 Pro, which already are brutal, considering that Huawei's latest and most powerful chipset, which is the Kirin 990 5G, is the one that is housed in these. In detail, Master Lu has been the benchmark that has registered it in its database along with all their respective scores.
The benchmark result shows that the Honor V30 scored a total of 426,862 points. The total score consists of a CPU score of 163,784 points, a GPU score of 163,249 points, a storage score of 57,284 and a memory score of 42,545.
Despite being tall and representative of everything this smartphone can achieve, The score he managed to get goes behind devices like the Nubia Red Magic 3, which has a score of 459,463 points on the platform. However, we must not think that the difference is really very large; Although it is a bit, having it in hand is practically imperceptible … when we talk about the high range, the yields are usually very similar among smartphones.
With respect to the chipset responsible for these figures obtained by the Honor V30, which is the aforementioned Kirin 990 5G, it has two Cortex-A76 cores adjusted 2.86 GHz, two other Cortex-A76 at 2.36 GHz and, finally, four more that are Cortex- A55 and work at an efficiency frequency of 1.95 GHz. Its node size is 7 nm and the accompanying GPU is the Mali-G76 MP16 with 16 cores at 700 MHz.