Huawei P70 series gets benchmarked ahead of launch


While Huawei might have taken a backseat on the international front, the company is still producing handsets for the local Chinese markets and parts of Asia. Last year, the company surprised us with the launch of the Mate 60 series which came with a custom 5G chipset, and it looks like they will be carrying on that tradition with the Huawei P70 series.

According to a report from GizmoChina, benchmarks for the upcoming P70 series have made their way online. It shows the performance we can expect from these phones, which are alleged to be powered by the same Kirin 9000 series of chipsets found in the Mate 60 phones.

The benchmarks reveal two potential P70 phones – the base model and the Pro model. Both phones scored differently in terms of performance. The base model got a single-core score of 1,243 while on the multi-core front, it managed 3,840 points. As for the P70 Pro, it managed 1,348 points on single-core and 4,114 points on multi-core.

For context, this is lower compared to other flagship chipsets like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. To be fair, the chipset is apparently built on the 7nm process, far behind what Qualcomm uses. But it does show that Huawei is clawing its way back and we’re sure that given time, Huawei’s phones have the potential to become competitive again.

Tyler Lee
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