Huawei Mate 60 series made its debut with Kirin chipset and the company will bring this new chip in more of the devices including the MatePad, Pocket, Nova, and other smartphones.
The latest tip from DigitalChatStation reveals that the company is not done with its new Kirin chip inventory. In fact, the company has already planned a bunch of devices for the near future.
The tipster previously talked about a new flagship Huawei flagship tablet featuring a Kirin processor. However, specifics aren’t revealed. Currently, the tech maker has plenty of devices pending. These include the new MatePad 12.6, Nova 12 series, Pocket S2, and the next Enjoy device. Still, the dust needs to be cleared as we don’t exact revelation date on this matter.
The launch will make sense as the new is reportedly has a 5G baseband chip to enable high-speed internet. Because the Qualcomm Snapdragon chips in Huawei devices only connect to 4G.
The mystery behind the new Kirin chipset remains secret. But the hands-on test and in-device screenshots confirm our doubts and are identified as Kirin 9000s.
It’s made by China’s SMIC and Huawei seems to have played a major role in unveiling this new flagship chip. It’s possible that all of the near launches will use this chipset to enable 5G. Because there’s a clear indication that Huawei is not going to spend all of the current stock only on the Huawei Mate 60.
Therefore, the goal is to revive all of the smartphone segment. Also, gradually increase the quantity as well as the quality of the chipset. This strategy will help the company to raise the supply chain. And get time to improve the production of new products.
To conclude, the inclusion of the new Kirin chipset in Huawei MatePad, Pocket, Nova, and other devices will provide better purchase options for consumers. But an official announcement is awaited.