Huawei Mate 40 will be released before September with 5nm processor
Following what Huawei does year after year, it looks like Huawei Mate 40 will be released before September with a new 5nm processor.
It’s hard to believe how Huawei can maintain its launch schedule amid so many problems. But even after almost a year and a half of a US trade embargo, the Chinese giant continues to work hard to launch its products on the market.
To anyone who says that Huawei has been working less than it would like, but with so many problems it seems that the company is working harder, to prove to itself that it can.
After many rumors that said the Huawei Mate 40 would be delayed in its launch, new data points to its launch within the planned schedule annually.
In addition, its new Kirin developed in a 5 nm process is expected to arrive in mid-September. According to @Mobile Wafer Darren, Huawei will need many processors before the end of the year.
The company will need 5nm, 7nm, 16nm and 28nm mobile chips. In addition to needing Bluetooth chips for TWS headset developed by HiSilicon. All of these chips will be available before mid-September.
This is definitely a challenge for Huawei, but it seems that the company is “doing great, thanks”, as board members say.
An excerpt of messages exchanged between the company and distributors, says: “Although the United States imposed more sanctions on Huawei in May, we promise that Huawei will launch the Huawei Mate 40 with the Kirin 5 nm process, as expected by October . During the fourth quarter, we can supply approximately 8 million units of the Huawei Mate 40 “.
If you are a little out of the way, the 5nm Kirin processor that will arrive with Mate 40, should combine the Cortex A77 (or A78) CPU architecture plus the Mali G77 (or G78) GPU.
This combination will ensure better performance for the screen experience with a high refresh rate of 120Hz. As for the name of the next 5nm Kirin chip, previous leaks stated that the processor would be the Kirin 1000, others say that the processor may be called Kirin 1020.
Regardless, we will have to wait a few months to get the exact architecture that this new processor will bring. And also prepare for the smartphone launch schedule between the third and fourth quarters. If everything goes as planned, in August alone we will have more than 6 smartphones launched, in a short period of time.
It remains to be seen whether users will remain receptive to Huawei launches that no longer rely on Google services or their app store.
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