After the recent launches, Huawei seems to be pretty quiet about the launch of their new processor Kirin 650. According to the rumors, Huawei Honor 5C will be released on 28th April and its highlight will be the all new Kirin 650 processor in it.
As per the leaks on the benchmark site, Geekbench, Kirin 650 is an octa-core processor and is clocked at 1.7GHZ. It single core score is 881 while the multi-core score is 3781. Its multi-core processing seems to be better than that of Mediatek P10’s score of 3371.
As for the complete details, Kirin 650 uses an octa-core A53 (4 × 1.7GHz + 4 × 2.0GHz) architecture, 16nm technology, Mali880MP2 GPU and supports LTE Cat.6 technology. It is, however, not clear whether Kirin 650 will support full Netcom.
If this processor is not released before the Huawei P9 youth version, Honor 5C would be the first device equipped with the Kirin 650 processor. Honor 5c will house a 5.2-inch 1080p screen, 2GB RAM/16GB internal storage and will be running on Android 6.0 system. Honor 4C was released almost a year back and is due for an update.
In terms of the camera, this device will come with an 8MP front camera and 13 MP rear camera and a 2900mAh battery will power the device. Honor 5C will house a fingerprint sensor at the back side of the device and will have a full metal body with gold, silver and gray color options.
The launch is tomorrow, so more details coming your way in the next 24 hours.