Huawei’s Honor e- brand is known for its powerful devices. The major differentiator between Honor’s flagship phones and its competitors is the former’s chipsets. Honor’s top end devices come with In-House made System-on-Chips.
Huawei realized the necessity and benefits of having in-house chipsets long back. In house chipsets allows the company to make devices with better integration of hardware and software. Huawei and Honor’s devices, with their proprietary chipset, therefore, have better operational efficiency. Their overall efficiency and consistent performance are a result of the homegrown chipsets.
But now Huawei is set to raise the bar further. Honor, the online-only brand of Huawei, is set to launch a smartphone in India with its latest Kirin 650 chipset. The Kirin 650 offers 100% better performance for GPU, 40 % percent reduction in power consumption and 65% better CPU performance when compared to its predecessor.
The Kirin processor of Honor promised considerable reductions in energy loss, multiple increases in speed and all-round solutions to avoid lagging, slowness, and heat build-up. The combination of such an advanced processor is a first not just for Honor, but worldwide which makes it a power-packed technology and is a step to potentially assert their dominance.
The Kirin 650 employs 16 nm FinFET Plus technology, making it two generations ahead of the competition due to its greatly improved performance and reduced power consumption. The Kirin 650 also comes with silicon-chip level protection that ensures better user security handling as well.