Huawei’s Home-Made Quad-Core Processor Tops Benchmarks

Huawei guad core Processor

The Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment company Huawei surprised everyone, which in this year’s MWC announced their latest flagship phone, Ascend D Quad XL if the processor was a homemade quad-core processor, and not an NVIDIA Tegra 3 or a Qualcomm.

At the same time claimed the Chinese company that their home-made processor, the world’s fastest, which now seems to be supported by recently released benchmarks.

The Benchmark┬áresults have shown that Huawei’s new processor driver comfortably over his nearest rivals in Tegra 3 and Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 4 1.5 GHz dual-core processor.

There is so far not come Benchmarks out of Samsung’s new quad-core, nor of their upgraded dual-core, while Apple’s new A5X also need to complete the test, which they are currently being put Huawei’s homemade smartphone leadership in the benchmark scale.

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