A couple of days ago, Huawei’s sub-brand released a new smartphone. The Honor X10 has come to compete with the Redmi 10X. The company even has had to rename the phone from the Honor 10x not to make any confusion. Anyway, the selling point of this handset is considered to be the Kirin 820 chip. As you guess, it will compete with MediaTek’s Dimensity 820 chip, which will debut with the Redmi 10X. Today, Digital Chat Station shared his experience of testing this phone.
A group of Honor X10 performance test results:
In AnTuTu, it scored around 370,000. Later he tested the phone for two more mainstream games. After the Peace Elite cracked, the smooth / 90 frame mode was turned on, it can be basically stabilized between 87fps and 90fps. For the Ace Warrior, it officially adapted the 90-frame mode as well as the highest picture quality / highest frame number mode. So the phone can be basically stabilized at about 90fps.
‘The high frame rate game performance of the Kirin 820 chip is more stable than I thought. Let’s compare the performance of the Dimensity 820 by the end of the month.’
The Honor X10 features the latest Kirin 820 5G SoC, with a CPU increase of 27%, a GPU increase of 38%, and NPU increase of 73%. Its benchmark score in GeekBench is up to 9755. For the first time, it runs Magic UI 3.1, coupled with core technologies such as a definite delay engine, Kirin Gaming + 2.0, and graphene heat dissipation. So the game performance is improved a lot. Even if playing large games for a long time, it can be smooth.