Mate 20 shows similar performance - best on Android, and a tad lower than what, say, the iPhone XS Max gets.
Let's not forget that the LYA-L29 model is likely not with a finished software and the scores might even out in the end. We'll be really curious to test what the iPhone XR scores, though, as it has the same A12 Bionic processor, but a much less resolute display.
The Kirin 980 processor comes with its own neural processing unit for "AI" (what else) and we can't wait to put it to the test. We'll be at the Mate 20 and 30 Pro announcement event next week in London, and we'll try to run some benchies for your viewing pleasure.