The Kirin 9000s loses to its nearly 3-year older predecessor in benchmarks

Popular CPU comparison site Nanoreview got hold of the new Huawei Kirin 9000s chipset and put it side by side with its predecessor, the Kirin 9000.

The result is mostly predictable – the new chip is a hair faster in CPU tests and much slower in graphics tasks, and it’s also less efficient due to its dated architecture.

The CPU uses four TaiShan V120 cores (1x 2.62GHz, 3x 2.15GHz) and four Cortex-A510 (at 1.53GHz), while the transistor size is 7nm. Compare that to the nearly three-year-older 5nm Kirin 9000’s four Cortex-A77 (1x 3.13GHz, 3x 2.54GHz), and four Cortex-A55 (2.05GHz).

Geekbench 6

Single-core

Kirin 9000s

1337

Kirin 9000

1266

Geekbench 6

Multi-core

Kirin 9000s

4123

Kirin 9000

3512

AnTuTu 10

Kirin 9000

909400

Kirin 9000s

904545

On the graphics side, the Maleoon 910 inside the Kirin 9000s is inferior to the Mali-G78 inside the Kirin 9000.

3DMark Wild Life Performance

Kirin 9000

6071

Kirin 9000s

5055

We have our own benchmarks of the Kirin 9000s which put against a 2021 Snapdragon 888 to compare performance. The Kirin 9000s is at the helm of a select few phones, including the new Mate 60 series, and the upcoming Huawei nova 12 series.

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