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Huawei Mate X2 and Mate 40 are still on sale amid running out of Kirin 9000



Huawei Mate X2 Mate 40 sale

Huawei Mate X2 folding phone and the ultimate Mate 40 series are back in the sale stage. Despite the lack of Huawei Kirin 9000 chipsets, the devices are available for buying purposes but with some hidden twists.

To begin with, earlier we reported that the Mate X2 foldable is no longer available on the official Huawei website (Vmall). The reason behind the device’s unavailability could be the shortage of Kirin 9000 processors.

However, the latest input reveals that users can still purchase the Mate X2 phones. Though Huawei has removed folding smartphones from its official stores, they are still available at third-party offline stores.

In addition to the Mate X2 devices, the Huawei Mate 40 series is also aligned on the sale platform. The only difference is that the foldable gadget is now selling via offline stores. While the Mate 40 series is accessible at online shopping channels.

Are Kirin 9000 chipsets in stock?

The available stock of Mate X2 and Mate 40 has given rise to a significant question – Are Kirin 9000 chipsets in stock? Previously, the company stated that the respective chips are no longer available for an unlimited period.

But as per the latest hints, there is still a limited supply of Kirin 9000 processors. Although it is quite difficult to say how much stock is left.

On the sideways, the input also suggests that the tech maker has not stopped the Mate X2 or Mate 40 smartphone production. Perhaps, we could find these devices back on the official websites.

When Kirin processors will return?

It’s worth mentioning that both Mate X2 and Mate 40 models equip the dynamic Kirin 9000 chips on their surface. The tech processor uproots over a 5nm process and features an octa-core framework.

In the meantime, we heard several tweaks regarding the return of the Kirin chipsets. Yet Huawei didn’t emit any word on this concept. Recently, Kirin chipset entered a new video-sharing platform. Thus, we could assume a comeback of the Kirin chips in the time ahead.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.