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New Huawei Kirin chipset in 2022? Here’s all we know



Huawei Kirin 2022

On January 1, Huawei Kirin gives its warm wishes for New Year 2022 and mentioned, in 2022 continue to set off and move towards the “chip”. It means that there could be a new breakthrough waiting for us to unravel in the coming year and we might see a new Kirin processor soon.

The Huawei Kirin welcomed 2022 and said that this technology will be more refined in the future. In addition to this, the company throws the light on the success and progress made by the Kirin chipset in the market.

Past achievements:

Kirin 9000 has been the world’s first 5nm Kirin 9000 processor that won the “Annual Strongest 5G Mobile Device Chip” award issued by Communications World (CWW).

Huawei Kirin 2022

In January 2021, China Mobile’s 2020 Smart Hardware Quality Report (Phase 2) and 5G Communication Index Report (Phase 3) announced Kirin 9000 as a winner of:

  1. 5G Chip Excellence Award, 5G Chip Comprehensive Evaluation No.1
  2. 5G Mobile Communications Index (Phase 3) Ranking No.1
  3. 5G Mobile Comprehensive Evaluation Top Ranking List No.1

The chipset has won No.1. in various assessments, the leading strength is recognized by the executives.

In February, Huawei launched the Huawei Mate X2 foldable phone that comes with a new chipset and brings a new kind of foldable phone user experience.

That’s not it, the Huawei P50 Pro has also been boosted with the 4G variant of Kirin 9000 and it’s have been very successful due to the improved Kirin architecture.

U.S. Sanctions:

Since May 2019, Huawei has been serving U.S. sanctions on all imports of products including chipset and other required components to make new products. On the other hand, it cannot access Google Mobile Services (GMS) as well as other Google apps that won’t be found in Huawei phones nowadays.

Following the ban, Huawei cannot print new Kirin chipsets via chipmakers such as TSMC and Samsung foundry. Therefore, it is facing a shortage of important processors to build new devices.

(via – ithome)

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.