On the evening of March 30, the Honor 30S, Huawei / Honor’s other 5 GSC processors officially launched “Kirin 820”. It is also the first 5G integration platform to hit the mainstream market.
As an upgraded version of the first-generation God U Kirin 810, the Kirin 820 is built using the 7nm process of TSMC, integrates the same Kirin 990 5G baseband (derived from the Baron 5000), and 2G / Supports 3G / 4G / 5G multi-quality, especially supports 5G SA / NSA dual-mode, supports three major operators five bands N1 / N3 / N41 / N78 / N79.
Dual card support also deserves special emphasis. Although one can support one SIM card to carry Shantin 8S-equipped 30S 5G data services equipped with 820, other cards receive voltage calls, and one card supports voltage e-calls. VoLTE calls with a card.
The Kirin 820 integrates eight CPU cores, including one large-core magic change A76 2.36GHz, three mid-core magic changes A76 2.22GHz, and four small-core A55 1.84GHz. The multi-core performance is 27% higher than that of the Kirin 810 while integrating six-core Mali -G57 GPU, 38% performance improvement, and support GPU Turbo, Kirin Gaming + 2.0 technology.
Also integrated is a self-developed architecture NPU unit, a single large core, with a performance increase of up to 73%, and ETH AI-benchmark running scores of up to 60834, far ahead of friends.
Kirin ISP 5.0 image processing unit supports BM3D SLR image noise reduction and video dual-domain noise reduction. ISP throughput is increased by 15%, energy efficiency is increased by 15%, photo noise reduction is increased by 30%, and video noise reduction is increased by 20%.