HiSilicon Kirin 9000E is a top level CPU designed for mobile devices such as phones and tablets, date of announcement 2020. The CPU produced by a 5 nm process. The SoC has a eight cores divided into four clusters. The first ARM Cortex-A77 is the most powerful with one core working at 3,13 GHz. The second cluster ARM Cortex-A77 has three cores running at 2.54 GHz. The third cluster ARM Cortex-A55 has four cores working at 2.06 GHz. The SoC has support for 64-bit data. Mali-G78 MP22 GPU is responsible for working with graphical data. Devices that have the Kirin 9000E installed can work in LTE and 5th generation networks. Maximum speed of download and send are 15000 MBit/s and 14000 MBit/s with the Balong 5G modem. To understand Kirin 9000E chip is good or bad by looking at benchmark results and comparisons with other processors.
HiSilicon Kirin 9000E specifications
1x3,13 GHz ARM Cortex-A77, 3x2.54 GHz ARM Cortex-A77, 4x2.06 GHz ARM Cortex-A55