Huawei has unveiled its Kirin 970 mobile system-on-chip.
The chip is manufactured on a 10nm process node and boasts eight physical CPU cores and a 12-core graphics processor.
The chipset is also the company’s first mobile computing platform to feature a dedicated Neural Processing Unit – providing it with superior performance in AI computing tasks.
The Kirin 970 crams 5.5 billion transistors onto a 1cm² silicon chip and is being positioned by the company as an open platform for mobile AI applications.
There is currently no information available on when the chip will be implemented in mobile devices.