Currently, Honor didn’t reveal any specifics of this chip but recent exposure of information says that the Kirin 820 will be based on a 7nm manufacturing process, A76 CPU and Mali G77 GPU.
The SoC also has improved ISP and Neural Processing Unit (NPU) featuring AI cores from the in-house Ascend lite and supported by the Da Vinci architecture.
Below you check what Honor has to say about this upcoming 5G mid-range chipset. (Translated)
5G anti-interference ability:
The actual communication environment is full of various interference signals, especially in dense areas, which are extremely complicated. Users will be affected by interference signals during the use of mobile phones. Good 5G mobile phones are based on leading interference signal suppression technologies to reduce the impact of interference and bring stable and high-speed business experience to users.
5G energy efficiency:
Consume less power and transmit more data, which is directly related to user experience. Excellent 5G mobile phones can achieve better energy efficiency ratios and can achieve better energy efficiency ratios through AI intelligent scheduling algorithms according to business needs (data transmission heavy load / light load, etc.).
5G network search capability:
“Search network fast”, “station stability” are also important factors in evaluating 5G experience. The same base station covers hundreds or thousands of mobile phones. Good 5G mobile phones can comprehensively improve the 5G network search and switching capabilities, achieve a high 5G network share, and allow consumers more time to enjoy the 5G experience.
5G dual sim card experience:
Dual cards have gradually become standard, and simple “dual standby” only solves the space problem. Huawei’s leading smart dual card allows you to “one card VoLTE call, one card does not miss incoming calls”, and also allows you to use “one card 5G Internet access, one card VoLTE call”.