3nm Kirin 9010 Chipset Reported to Come with Huawei Mate …


SHENZHEN Huawei still access to United States (US) technology is prohibited until fate chipset To do questionable. Recently, a number of processor manufacturers were given the green light to supply the Chinese technology giant’s SoC needs.

It has been several months since Huawei announced the Kirin 9000 SoC, which is available in two versions – Kirin 9000 and 9000E – and is only used in the series. Huawei Mate 40 , now there are related rumors chipset Latest Kirin. (Also read: Huawei IdeaHub to Support Distance Learning and Activities )

Sources have now revealed the first details about the company’s next flagship SoC which it claims will be referred to as the Kirin 9010. The SoC is expected to be produced in a 3nm process.

If all goes according to plan, then the company will successfully switch to 3nm process technology and release a new SoC in the fourth quarter of 2021. Chipset will debut on the Huawei Mate 50.

Giz China reported, before releasing the 5nm SoC Kirin 9000, there were reports that the Mate 40 might be Huawei’s last flagship phone to use Kirin. However, sources believe that is not the case. The Huawei P50 is also believed to feature the Kirin 9000.

If Huawei is successful, Qualcomm and Samsung could also switch to the 3nm process before the end of the year. Apple is expected to prepare a 3nm SoC which will be produced by TSMC, but it won’t appear until 2022.

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A new estimate by research firm TrendForce says the independent company Honor, which is no longer associated with Huawei, will only be able to occupy 2% of the market smartphone global next year.

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Honor sales will certainly hit Huawei, which is struggling to withstand the pressure of US sanctions and its aftermath. If this year analysts give the company only 14% of the market smartphone global, then in the next year, the company’s share will drop to 4%. With such a result, companies will have to fight for a place in the top 10 leaders, as they struggle to make it into the top five. (Also read: 12 year old boy in UK sues TikTok for using his personal data )



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