Unisoc Tiger T710 beats Snapdragon 855 Plus and Kirin 810 to become the new AI king
By Goraud Mazanec 2019-08-14 3847 0
Unisoc (Spreadtrum) can give other Chipset manufacturers a race for their money with their next chipset, the Unisoc Tiger T710. The SoC has been benchmarked at the IA and it surpasses all mobile processors, including the Kirin 810, which used to be the king. The Unisoc Tiger T710 is an octa-core processor that uses the big.LITTLE architecture. There are four Cortex-A75 cores with a 2.0GHz clock and four Cortex-A55 cores with a 1.8GHz clock. It also has a GM 9446 PowerVR.
Based on this configuration, the Unisoc Tiger T710 is even more powerful than the Helio P90, which has a similar configuration, despite 2 x A75 and 6 x A55 cores, but with the same GPU. And an AnTuTu benchmark result from Helio P90 shows that it rivals Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 processor. With the Helio P90 test device scoring higher than the Lenovo Z5 Pro with Snapdragon 710 chipsets, the Unisoc Unisoc Tiger T710 is expected to extend its margin.
The Unisoc Tiger T710 has an AI score of 28,097, beating the Kirin 810 score of 23,944 by a significant margin. A breakdown of the score shows that the Kirin 810 has a slightly higher AI Float score. However, the Unisoc Tiger T710 beats all other SoCs on Quantized IA models.
There is still no information on the release of the Unisoc Tiger T710 and we do not know which manufacturers will use it on their devices. However, we are very excited about the chipset and look forward to more benchmark results.
● Over 300,000 products
● 20 different categories
● 15 local warehosues
● Multiple top brands
● Global payment options: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
● PayPal, Western Union and bank transfer are accepted
● Boleto Bancario via Ebanx (for Brazil)
● Unregistered air mail
● Registered air mail
● Priority line
● Expedited shipping
● 45 day money back guarantee
● 365 day free repair warranty
● 7 day Dead on Arrival guarantee (DOA)
2019-11-21By Joe Horner
2019-06-22By Midori Kusano
2019-12-27By Alie Iwasaki
2019-12-19By Joe Horner
2019-08-30By Fields Corrielus
2019-08-12By Sigismondo Eisenhower