Stuffed with an improved home-grown quad-core K3V2+ processor, the Huawei Ascend P6S is a enhanced version of the Chinese manufacturer's Ascend P6
handset. The CPU still employs Cortex-A9 cores while the Mali450 GPU is faster. The revamped model just finished going through the AnTuTu benchmark site and finished with a score of 22,270. Not exactly the scores we see with Qualcomm Snapdragon silicon, but not bad either for a mid-range, value phone. And while the clock speed isn't listed, it is believed that the processor was running at 1.6GHz.
The Huawei Ascend P6S is expected to be launched at the end of next month or early in December. That should give the handset some time to be included in the holiday plans for some procrastinating shoppers. The K3V2+ is said to improve upon the performance of the K3V2 processor by 50% to 80% using only half of the same energy consumption.
The Huawei P6S makes a run through the AnTuTu benchmark site
(translated) via gizChina