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Huawei to launch new Kirin 9000 4G phone, will increase Snapdragon use



Huawei Kirin 9000

Huawei is preparing to launch a new Kirin 9000 equipped smartphone with 4G network accessibility. However, the Kirin processors are out of print due to the core component shortage. Therefore, the recently launched smartphones of the company are powered by Snapdragon series’ chipsets.

In counts of phones, the smartphone maker offers the high-end P and Mate Series, foldable X series, mid-range Nova lineup, and some other budget smartphones. Among them, the phone-maker has launched its flagship P50 and Volg camera Nova 9 models with Qualcomm SoCs.

According to a recent sharing of DigitalChatStation, Huawei will have another new machine equipped with Kirin 9000 4G. To be mention, the only device that remains to unveil is the upcoming Huawei Mate 50 lineups. In this regard, the previous report suggests that it could introduce at the next global conference on 21st October.

The tipster also suggested that most of the Huawei launchings in the first quarter of 2022 will be equipped with Qualcomm processors and the Kirin chipset will remain very low throughout the year.

Kirin 9000 Smartphone next year

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Huawei Mate 50 camera

However, if we pay attention to the earlier news, the Mate 50 will might come with the latest 4nm Snapdragon processor. Yet, the company is silent on this matter. In this meantime, another noticeable report comes into sight that is- Huawei is bringing the Mate V flip design phone. Furthermore, this flip phone will come with the Kirin platform chipset.

Huawei Mate 50 Qualcomm processor test

Despite all the scenarios, we only conclude two possibilities. First, the company will launch Huawei Mate 50 with Kirin 9000 4G chips as it hasn’t given any official words yet. Second, after the Huawei P50 rippling cloud variant, it might be providing more options in terms of processor.

Still, it’s the general foresight after analyzing the recent report and the company’s activity. This Chinese tech left to officially mark these words. We’ll provide you further info regarding this matter, until then stay tuned.

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.