New leaks regarding the Huawei P70 series suggest the upcoming flagship is testing a new Kirin chipset – 9010. According to the details, the P70 handset is reportedly testing an entirely fresh processor to bring enhanced performance on board.
Huawei P70 series continues to raise the excitement of users with its rumors. However, the latest leak is no less than a surprise in the Kirin topic. Notably, the company is working with a dynamic Kirin 9010 chipset for the Huawei P70 series.
The news is coming from the courtesy of Weibo tipster @SmartPikachu. Yet, a major confirmation on this subject is still awaited. If true, this would be a significant move by the company amid the growing tensions between the U.S. and China trade.
Three years ago, Huawei was rumored to developing an octa-core 3nm chipset named Kirin 9010. Despite constant pressure and challenges in foreign trade, the company was trying to pace up with technology and lead the processor field.
Meanwhile, some inputs revealed that Huawei even registered the trademark of the Kirin 9010 chip in April 2021. The production start of the processor was expected by the year 2022. Although the difficult business scenarios and U.S. restrictions caused the company to drop the development.
But it looks like Huawei is planning to restart the Kirin 9010 manufacturing and introduce it with the ultimate P70 smartphone lineup. Perhaps, the next-gen Kirin processor may bring more powerful capabilities to the approaching P-series with more efficient performance over its predecessors.
Huawei P70 series
The premium smartphone lineup is said to launch in March this year. With tech-pack features and enhanced camera functionalities, these models will boost the sales revenue growth of the company. At the same time, the introduction of the Kirin 9010 will raise the standard of the smartphone business game in the market.