December 4, 2020 4:25 AM
Kirin 820 5G vs Snapdragon 765G vs Kirin 810

Kirin 820 5G vs Snapdragon 765G vs Kirin 810: Which One is Better?

Huawei’s 820 chipset outperforms the Qualcomm’s 765G chipset in CPU and GPU test

Huawei has released an all-new upper mid-range specific processor by the name Kirin 820 5G. This comes in as a successor to last year’s Kirin 810. As per some benchmark numbers, the Kirin 820 overpowers not only the 810 but also the much premium Kirin 980 found on the Huawei P30 Pro. The numbers put it right beside Qualcomm’s last year flagship processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. So here in this article, we will see how the new processor looks like against the odds of its predecessor Kirin 810 and Qualcomm counterpart Snapdragon 765G.

Kirin 820 5G vs Snapdragon 765G vs Kirin 810 Comparison

Manufacturing Process:

All three of the processors are built on a 7nm manufacturing process. However, the Snapdragon 765G is built on Samsung’s EUV manufacturing process while the Kirin siblings are built on TSMC’s 7nm manufacturing process. So efficiency wise they should all be almost equally power efficient.

CPU:

The Qualcomm Snapdragon comes with a tri-cluster design with two high-performance cores and six power-efficient cores. The two performance cores include the newer Kryo Prime Cortex A76 running at a speed of 2.4GHz, and the older Cortex-A76 based Kryo Gold core running at a speed of 2.2GHz. In case of the six energy-efficient cores, we get Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.8 GHz.

In comparison, the Kirin 810 is an octa-core processor and comes with four high-performance Cortex-A76 cores clocked at 2.27 GHz and four power-efficient Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.88 GHz.

The newer Kirin 820 5G is also an octa-core processor with 1+3+4 configuration. It features a prime high-performance Cortex-A76 core clocked at 2.36 GHz, three identical A76 core clocked at 2.22 GHz and four power-efficient Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.84 GHz. It boasts of up to 27% improved performance over the predecessor 810.

GPU:

When it comes to GPU, Huawei always had a lead on Qualcomm and the same has been maintained this time around too. The Snapdragon 765G comes with Adreno 620 which is a huge improvement over its predecessor 618, but it was still behind Kirin 810’s GPU Mali-G52 MP6 when it was launched. The Mali-G52 MP6 is based on a 16nm process and comes with 850MHz frequency.

Mali-G57 GPU beats G52

The newer Kirin 820 beats both of them with its Mali-G57 GPU and comes with support for GPU Turbo and Kirin Gaming+ 2.0. It offers 38% better GPU performance over the Kirin 810’s Mali-G52 GPU. According to Antutu’s GPU test, the numbers suggest that the Kirin 820 5G beats the Snapdragon 765G, Kirin 810 and also goes ahead of Kirin 980.

Benchmark Score:

In the Antutu benchmark test, the Honor 30S powered Kirin 820 leads the battle with 375270 points, followed by the Redmi K30 5G powered Snapdragon 765G with 322826 points and the Huawei Nova 6 SE powered Kirin 810 with 305540 points.

Antutu scores of Kirin 820 5G, Snapdragon 765G and Kirin 810

The CPU score of Kirin 820, Snapdragon 765G and Kirin 810 in Antutu test are 130080 points, 104223 points and 97450 points respectively. In terms of GPU score of Antutu, the Kirin 820 scores 116516 points, Kirin 810 scores 84748 points and Snapdragon 765G scores 92536 points.

Kirin 820, 810, 720G cpu and gpu points

Which One is the Better Processor?

Both in terms of GPU and CPU, the Kirin 820 is a generation ahead of its rivals and even better than some much premium offerings. Also, if we look into AnTuTu’s scores, Kirin 820 processor has approx 23% and 16% advantage in overall performance compared to Kirin 810 and Snapdragon 765G processor respectively. When the Kirin 820 makes a debut to the market officially, it will surely raise the bar for its competitors.

About Sagar Choudhury

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He is a journalist at DealNTech. He writes on general Android related tech news. He contributes in other categories too. He was working for many other publications. Now a proud member of DealNTech team. He is also a good programmer and web designer. Email: sagar@dealntech.com

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