Kirin 9000, there are actually two versions, what is the difference?

Many friends are curious about the performance differences between the Kirin 9000e and the Kirin 9000? Huawei officially unveiled the Mate 40 series on the evening of October 22nd. As the last Huawei flagship of the year and the first debut of the Kirin 9000 processor series, the Mate 40 series is expected to be of great interest.

The Mate 40 series launched a total of three versions (there is also a Porsche Edition), namely the Standard Mate 40 and the Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro+, of which the Mate 40 is the only one equipped with a Kirin 9000e processor.

Kirin 9000, there are actually two versions, what is the difference?

The official data stated Kirin 9000E and Kirin 9000 are also using a 5nm process + A77 + G78 architecture, the Kirin 9000 integrated 15.3 billion transistors, compared to the newly released iPhone 12 equipped with the A14 processor is 30% more. CPU part of the use of octa-core design, through an A77 overclocked cores, three The A77 mid-core and the four small A55 cores include both performance and endurance, in addition to an integrated Mali G78 GPU with 34 cores, a triple-core NPU (intelligent AI chip) and a quad-core LSP chip.

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It can be said that the Kirin 9000 is a fairly powerful processor, especially in terms of gaming performance, which will improve quite dramatically. What about the Kirin 9000e? For now, the Kirin 9000e only reduces the GPU performance from 24 cores to 22 cores, which simply means that the gaming performance will be slightly lower, but the performance in other areas is exactly the same.

So, in terms of experience, there is not much difference between the Kirin 9000e and Kirin 9000, and you are free to choose the model according to your needs!