The first AnTuTu benchmark score from the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has been published and it shows that Huawei’s in-house HiSilicon chip designer is catching up to the competition from Qualcomm and Apple, but there's still some way to go to first place.
The phone tested was the LIO-AL00, which according to TENAA is the 4G version of the Pro. This matters because the 4G and 5G phones use slightly different versions of the Kirin 990 chipset.
In short, the 5G chip is built on a 7nm+ EUV process, the medium Cortex-A76 cores are clocked 0.27GHz higher and there’s an extra big core in the Da Vinci NPU. The 4G chip is built on the older 7nm process.
That is to say that there’s room for higher scores once the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G and Mate 30 5G become available. Also, AnTuTu reports that there may have been some power-saving mode interfering with the results.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro (4G): AnTuTu score
The Mate 30 Pro performance falls somewhere between Snapdragon 855-powered phones and the newer models that use the 855+ chip. Based on the phone’s score in the storage section, AnTuTu believes that the Mate 30 Pro is equipped with UFS 3.0 storage.
|Huawei Mate 30 Pro AnTuTu scores|
Note that the benchmark was run with version 8 of the AnTuTu app (which gives more weight to the storage score). Currently, the Black Shark 2 Pro and Asus ROG Phone II occupy the top 2 spots (both S855+ phones), the OnePlus 7 Pro (with S855) is losing its third position to the Huawei flagship.
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It's unfair for Huawei. as all.Chinese know Antutu is owned by Mi, all Antutu've done is lower and lower the score of Kirin SOC , higher and higher the score the score what Mi uses.
I remembered when huawei fanboy so sure this phone with their 'most powerfull' chipset will has highest benchmark and can beat snapdragon 855+. I curious where are they now LOLLLLLLL
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