Today, Huawei launched the Mate 60 Pro smartphone and it also appeared on Geekbench with its new Kirin 9000s chipset. However, the test result may not match our current standard of performance, especially on paper.
According to the listing, Huawei ALN-AL00 (Huawei Mate 60 Pro) has achieved 914 points on single-core score, and 2896 points on multi-core score. We’ll compare this score with other performers in the tally but first, let’s take a look at the architecture.
Geekbench score shows Huawei Mate 60 Pro core information including 1 × 2.62GHz + 3 × 2.15GHz + 4 × 1.53GHz, and the identification code Cortex-A78. The phone’s source code shows that the phone is using Huawei’s self-developed Maleoon 910 GPU and HarmonyOS 184.108.40.206 build version. Also, the phone is tagged with 12GB of RAM.
Now, let’s take a look at the performance of past top performers in the chipset category for comparison.
- Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (Snapdragon 8 Gen2) single-multi-core is around 1530/4916 points
- Huawei Mate 50 Pro (Snapdragon 8+ Gen1) single-multi-core is around 1266/3938 points
- Redmi Note 12 Turbo (Snapdragon 7+ Gen2) scores around 1210/3922
- Huawei Mate 40 Pro (Kirin 9000 5G) scores around 1180/3381
- Huawei P50 Pro (Snapdragon 888) scores around 1179/2890
- Huawei Mate 40 (Kirin 9000E) scored around 1133/3218
- Huawei Mate 30 Pro (Kirin 990) scored around 925/2753
- Huawei Nova 7 SE (Kirin 820) scores around 630/2407
The score produced by the Huawei Mate 60 Pro places it above Kirin 990 but there’s not much of a difference with Kirin 9000s.
So, does that mean Kirin 9000s is made with the 7nm process? Currently, Huawei has not revealed any official details about the Huawei Mate 60 Pro chipset but more information is still awaited on this matter.