ARM teases Huawei Ascend P6S, promises 'smooth gaming' from its Mali-450 graphics16
ARM itself posted on its Weibo account a picture of the elusive Huawei Ascend P6S, an heir to one of the world's thinnest and most premium Android phone builds, which will sport a new processor.
Just like Samsung, Huawei makes its own mobile processors, under the HiSilicon brand, and the Ascend P6 sports its K3V2E variety - a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor fabricated at 40nm, that uses a rather puny 16-core Vivante GC4000 GPU. For the Ascend P6S, however, Huawei is using a brand new setup, called Kirin 910 - again a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 endeavor, but with a much faster Mali-450 graphics processor.
perfectly smooth gaming experience" from the Ascend P6S in the leaked picture.Not that it will be of the graphics ranks put forward by Snapdragon 800 or Apple's A7, but the chipset will be a great improvement over the current silicon Huawei uses for its flagships, and, most importantly, its compatibility with games and bechmarks will be much better. In fact, ARM touts a "
source: ARM (Weibo)