News regarding the Huawei Kirin processor state that the tech giant is working on an alleged Kirin 9000SH chip which could bring adjusted performance cores on board and may deliver seamless functioning in the future.
Weibo tipster @FixedFocus has recently shared a new leak on the table and said that a rumored Huawei Kirin 9000SH chip is in the making which might accompany overclocked performance cores. Yet, there aren’t any details regarding its launch timeline.
In addition, the tipster mentioned that the processor is likely to be used for the top-end models of the smartphone lineup and can increase the performance efficiency by 20%. Again, the device name in this post is missing.
Since Huawei is currently focusing on the flagship Huawei P70 series, we could see this new chipset with the Pro model. While the Standard and the Art variants could depend upon the Kirin 9000s and Kirin 9010 processors, respectively.
Eventually, the new leak heated the discussion among netizens in the comment section. Some users said that Huawei could use this alleged chip with the Mate 70 lineup. Whereas, a few assumed that the Huawei P70 series could be the first to showcase the new processor.
The latest input is spinning in the rumor section. Hence, we cannot mark any confirmation of it. However, we may be hit by more details that will shed light on this matter, in the upcoming days.
In recent times, Huawei has shown two amazing Kirin processors for the Nova 12 lineup. One is the Kirin 8000 used for the standard and the Pro model. The other one is the Kirin 9000SL which is imposed in the Nova 12 Ultra handset.
Kirin 8000 is mainly for mid-range models and counts after the Kirin 810, 820 5G, and 820E 5G processors. It is slightly inferior to the Ultra model. Meanwhile, the Kirin 9000SL is considered as a downclocked of the Kirin 9000 and has 2.3GHz as the CPU frequency.