WonderMedia PRIZM WM8950 vs HiSilicon Kirin 910T
WonderMedia PRIZM WM8950► remove
The VIA WonderMedia PRIZM WM8950 is an entry-level SoC for smartphones and tablets. It is aimed at Android 4.x and Windows CE devices and includes a single core Cortex-A9 processor at 1 GHz, an ARM Mali 400 (MP2?) graphics card, multi-standard 1080p video decoding, H.264 video encoding, a DDR3, LPDDR2 memory controller and a hardware security engine.
HiSilicon Kirin 910T► remove
The HiSilicon Kirin 910T is an ARM based quad core SoC for Android smartphones and tablets. As HiSilicon is fully owned by Huawei, the chip is mostly used in Huawei models like the MediaPad X1, P6 S, MediaPad M1 and Honor 3C 4G). The SoC integrates four Cortex-A9 cores (at 1.8 GHz max.), a ARM Mali-450 MP4 GPU (at 533 MHz), a 32-bit single-channel LPDDR3-1600 memory controller (533 MHz) and a LTE Cat. 4 radio. The similar named HiSilicon Kirin 910 is a 200 MHz slower clocked (CPU) version.
At the time of announcement in mid 2014, the CPU performance of the Kirin910T is in the mid-range of smartphone and tablet SoCs. The power consumption is a bit higher than usual, as the CPU cores are rather high clocked.
|WonderMedia PRIZM WM8950||HiSilicon Kirin 910T|
|1000 MHz||1800 MHz|
|1 / 1||4 / 4|
|iGPU||ARM Mali-400 MP|
|ARMv7, Mali-450 MP4 (533 MHz), LTE (Cat. 4), Single-Channel LPDDR3-1600 (6.4 GB/s)|