At this year’s IFA Tech Show in Berlin, Huawei has unveiled the all-new and powerful processor which will be empowering its next-gen flagship Mate 30 smartphone series, the Kirin 990 SoC. This new processor by Huawei will be powering all its Mate 30 phones, along with the flagship Mate 30 Pro, a befitting contender to rival Apple’s upcoming iPhone 11. This pattern of new surprises has been a continues habit of the Chinese tech giant since 2018 when it introduced the world’s first 7nm chip in the same tech show back in 2018.
Additionally, Apple also introduced a 7nm A12 chip just a few days after Huawei showed its prototype in IFA, 2018. At that time, Apple’s chip was termed as the towering figure above all other smartphone processors in 2018.
With the presentation of Kirin 990 at this year’s IFA, Huawei seems to repeat the pattern again, and according to official reports from the event at Berlin, the new flagship phone of Huawei will challenge the superiority Apple iPhone 11 in the commercial market with its powerful Kirin 990 processor. But why a processor can play big against an established smartphone like an iPhone? Well, there is one very important update which Kirin 990 processor is bringing to the new Huawei Mate 30 Pro: the 5G capability.
Currently, no mobile device offers the 5G connectivity, but the new Huawei Mate 30 Pro offers this thanks to Kirin 990. It will also provide an eight-core processing capability, with an additional ultra-large core of 2.86GHz each. Kirin 990 will also beg a Kirin tech+ 2.0 gaming capability so the new Huawei smartphone will also be among the finest gaming mobile hardware around the town. To give the finishing touches, it will have much-improvised photography and artificial intelligence feature as well.