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Huawei P9 Max Spotted On AnTuTu With Kirin 950 & 4GB RAM

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Although all our eyes are towards the Huawei Mate 8 flagship which will launch on November 26, its looks like the company is preparing for another smartphone launch, the Huawei P9 Max. This will be the next generation model of the P8 flagship which was announced back in May.

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The Huawei P9 Max was recently spotted on AnTuTu featuring high-end specs (model number P950S). According to the benchmark listing, the phone will feature the latest Kirin 950 chipset, probably the second device to use it after Mate 8. Further, there will be 4GB of RAM inside with 64GB of internal storage. This is going to be a true phablet since the listing reveals that the P9 Max will feature a large 6.2-inch display. What’s even more interesting is that the resolution is going to be 2K (2560 x 1600 pixels) which goes against Huawei’s principle of 1080p being enough for smartphone displays. Plus, the phone was running on the latest Android 6.0 OS.

With such high-end benchmarks, the Huawei P9 Max managed to score well above 73,000 points on AnTuTu. But the 3D graphics score was 16,822 points which is below many flagships like the Meizu Pro 5. In fact, you can compare the P9 Max with Kirin 950 and Pro 5 with Exynos 7420 side by side from the images below.

Apart from today’s benchmark leak, previous rumors have said that the Huawei P9 Max will come with dual cameras at the back with a side mounted fingerprint sensor.

 

 

 

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  • greg

    Ok , all that power is impressive , the thing is what we could do with that ?

  • חתול תעלול

    It’s not so strange nor new thing that the GPU of the Kirin & HelioMT chipsets are less powerful in comparison to the Exynos and Snapdragon SoCs…I think the reason for that is the lack of extra money & resources that MediaTek and Hisilicon when comparing them to two tech giants like Samsung semiconductors and Qualcomm.

    • Roberto Tomás

      > I think the reason for that is the lack of extra money & resources that MediaTek and Hisilicon when comparing them to two tech giants like Samsung semiconductors and Qualcomm.

      I kinda doubt it. All you need to do with gpus is add more cores: it is highly parallelizable. And openly licenseable designs like Mali scale up to MP16, whereas these companies are sticking with MP4. What is going on is a difference in focus.

      Mediatek has always been about super-low power processors .. for them it was a huge step UP in power to get to the point of smartphones. So providing powerful cpus is the key, and the larger gpus in other offerings just run hot and slow down a lot over a couple minutes of use anyway… so who cares?

      By comparison, other companies like Qualcomm traditionally worked on network routing equipment that was basically as power hungry as desktop PCs… they had no affinity for efficiency, just market. the fact that gpus could differentiate their product by appealing to hopeful gamers was a definite advantage.

      • חתול תעלול

        Those companies don’t scale their GPUs up to MP1X because more cores equals more heat… If you’ll be interested in less heat related problem you’ll have to license a newer architecture which translate to spending more money… It’s all around the performance to price ratio.

        • Roberto Tomás

          > If you’ll be interested in less heat related problem you’ll have to license a newer architecture which translate to spending more money…

          no, you are wrong there. the heat from adreno is approximately the same as from powervr as from mali. they are all variations on the same basic solution.

          heat issues are rather famous for their limits heat issues for the most expensive gpu of all of them, the adreno.

          tl;dr — this has nothing to do with cost.