Huawei Kirin has made a powerful comeback with the Mate 60 series and the upcoming chip products are likely to boost the AI segment. New inputs suggest that the Chinese tech giant is keenly focusing on advanced technologies for its processors.
According to tipster @SmartPikachu, Huawei could unveil new chipsets in the second half of 2024. Consequently, we may find some robust processors with new MateBook models and the flagship Mate 70 series smartphones later this year.
On the flip side, the tipster said that Huawei will focus on improving the AI performance for its upcoming Kirin chip products. Perhaps, new devices equipped with fresh chipsets may deliver significant AI features and capabilities on board.
Huawei is hearsay to working on 7 new Kirin processors to unveil this year. Besides, the latest input has added more interesting insights to the matter. However, there is no clarity regarding the chips’ identity, and an official statement still awaits.
This is not the first time when we heard of AI implementation for Kirin processors. Earlier, the same tipster revealed that the tech giant is working on a new phone chipset that accompanies powerful AI aspects.
It is unclear how the Chinese tech maker will hype the AI facilities for its new Kirin chipsets. Probably, it might use the high-end ‘Da Vinci’ AI chip architecture, based on AI computing features and a high-performance 3D cube computing engine.
Or else, the company could opt for new techniques that could compete with the latest AI mechanisms in the market. For now, things are just in rumors and we need to hold our patience till the upcoming headlines on this subject.
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