A Weibo tipster posted that the next Huawei Kirin flagship chipset should not be called Kirin 9 series such as 9000 if it will release. The tipster note mentioned anything specific on this matter and we are not speculating anything else either.
However, the comment is full of unique naming that you should know. One user suggested that the new flagship could be Kirin K9 Gen 1, inspired by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
Some other suggestions are – K9V1, k9v2, Kirin 10, Kirin 9999, and more. It’s good to see that people are excited about the return of the Kirin despite there being no official confirmation about its existence at the moment.
However, Huawei keeps on digging deep into the world of chipset design, and its chip-making subsidiary, HiSilicon continues to move on to technologies that are left unexplored.
Adding to this, a smartphone screenshot shows a new flagship Kirin chipset “KC10” on a test version of Huawei Mate 50 Pro. The chipset is only used for testing purposes and insights reveal that the company had used this new chipset design internally.
Currently, HiSilicon is banned from printing new chips from TSMC or any other chip producer but the company is free to conduct chip design research. This enables Huawei to test new chips, as much as it can.
Huawei Mate 60 and 5G:
This year is full of expectations and the Huawei P60 series will establish the tech maker in the flagship smartphone race but it’ll be using Snapdragon SoC with 4G.
But the show then diverts our attention to the Huawei Mate 60 series, which is a big contender to bring back Kirin in power along with 5G. Yet, we’ll have to wait for more confirmation on this topic.
Util, then check our P60 series coverage below.