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Upcoming Huawei NOH-AN50 certified with 66W charging, Kirin 9000, and 1TB storage



Huawei NOH-AN50

The upcoming Huawei smartphone with code name NOH-AN50 has appeared on the TENAA listing. Till now, this phone has received three 3C certifications that confirm the configuration of this device. The latest 3C certificate discloses that the Huawei NOH-AN50 smartphone, which has a code of Mate 40 series support 66W fast charging and uses a glass back cover for charging, which is optional.

Other certificate reveals that this forthcoming smartphone is powered by Kirin 9000 processor, HarmonyOS operating system, 5G connectivity, support up to 1TB storage, and more.

Let’s have a look at the full specifications of the NOH-AN50 smartphone:

The Huawei NOH-AN50 phone sports a 6.67 inch OLED display, is equipped with Kirin 9000 powerful processor, measures 162.9×75.5×9.1mm, (height x width x thickness), 4300 mAh battery with 66W charging support, and weighs 212.00 grams.

It comes pre-installed with the HarmonyOS operating system and in terms of storage configuration and has three RAM options including 6GB, 8GB, and 12GB. However, all of these specifications are almost identical previously launched Huawei Mate 40 Pro.

But, the inbuilt storage has an addition that this phone also has a 1TB storage version alongside 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB, which is not Mate 40 Pro. Also, it has two color variants Black and White.

Kirin 9000:

Kirin 9000 chipsets integrated up to 15.3 billion transistors. This powerful series chipset comes with three-level architecture with eight-core CPU parts including a 3.13 GHz Cortex A77 large core and three medium core 2.54GHz A77  and four small core 2.05GHz.

It is also integrated with a 24-core Mali-G78 GPU. The new Kirin 9000 series increased the number of cores by half and performance is enhanced by 60% as compared to Kirin 990’s Mali-G76.

Huawei Mate 50:

According to the previous info, Huawei will release the new Mate 50 series of flagship phones in early 2022. However, the Mate 50 will use Kirin chips and some models will equip with Qualcomm chips, but only the 4G version.

(Via: ithome)

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