Huawei Mate 40 will have to share the Kirin 9000 chips with the new flagship tablet – both will be in short supply

Huawei Mate 40 will have to share the Kirin 9000 chips with the new flagship tablet – both will be in short supply

It is expected that next month Huawei will release a new flagship series of smartphones Mate 40, which will receive the latest single crystal system Kirin 9000. According to rumors, TSMC was able to deliver Huawei only 8.8 million chips Kirin 9000.

According to new data, Huawei plans to use Kirin 9000 not only in the Mate 40 series, but also in the new flagship tablet, which has already passed the certification of Chinese 3C regulator. We know that the new tablet will be available in various versions with model numbers AGS3-AL00, AGS3-AL09HN, AGS3-W09HN, AGS3-W00D, AGS3-W00E, AGS3-W00B, AGR-W09HN and AGR-AL09HN. These models are likely to differ in screen size, 5G support and memory capacity.

Sources say that Huawei has been developing this tablet for quite a while and does not want to give up on its release. However, it is clear that the supply of the device will be limited due to the lack of single crystal systems. Earlier it was reported that Huawei expected to receive from TSMC at least 15 million chipsets Kirin 9000.

According to Huawei Consumer Business General Yu Chengdong, Kirin 9000 may become the last Huawei flagship chip. If the American sanctions are not lifted, Huawei will not be able to produce new chips.


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