A new Huawei Smartphone with the model number NLE-AL00 surfaces on GeekBench, in accordance with the listing, it comes with the new Kirin 990 SoC as well as 8GB of RAM. It also features a single-core score of 3842 and a multicore score of 11644 and it will run on Android 10.
The Kirin 990 also comes with Huawei’s self-developed DaVinci architecture NPU and the micro core achieves ultra-low power consumption. The ISP is upgraded to Kirin ISP 5.0 and supports LPDDR4X memory as well as a UFS 2.1/3.0 flash.
The download rate is 2.3Gbps, and the uplink peak rate is 1.25Gbps. After superimposing LTE, the download peak rate is 3.3Gbps and the uplink peak rate is 1.32Gbps.
When it comes to the CPU department, Kirin 990 uses 4 A76 big cores and 4 A55 small cores. Furthermore, it comes with an ARM Mali G76 GPU and this made it’s performance to increase by 6% and energy efficiency increased by 20%.
The model which this Smartphone belongs to is not yet known for now but we are guessing it will be in the Huawei Mate 30 series which will be released on September 19, well let’s wait and see what it got to offer and also know if this specs will change in the future.