Huawei Mate 40 series is stable! "Out of print" chip Kirin 9000 confirms all delivery before September 14

According to the latest news confirmed by Huawei’s consumer business CEO Yu Chengdong, the new Huawei Mate 40 series flagship will be released as scheduled in September and will be equipped with the new Kirin 9000 series chips. However, due to the U.S. ban, TSMC’s supply will be cut off. This may be the swan song of Kirin chips. . Now there is the latest news. According to the latest reports from relevant media, Huawei will hold a speech at IFA 2020 in Berlin, when the “last-generation chip” Kirin 9000 and Mate 40 series flagships will be officially released.

According to the latest report published by Taiwan’s “Economic Daily”, Huawei announced that it will hold a speech during IFA 2020 in Berlin (September 3). Not surprisingly, the new “Kirin 9000” processor and Huawei Mate 40 series flagship will also be with you meet. More importantly, due to the impact of the US ban, this chip is likely to become the last “out of print” mobile phone chip developed and designed by Huawei. According to industry insiders @手机片达人, the chip is the world’s first 5nm SoC integrated with a 5G modem, which is larger than the Apple A14 chip with no modem. At least 8 million units will be in stock by the end of the year.

In other respects, according to previously exposed news, the new Huawei Mate 40 series will use a 6.4-inch open-hole dual-camera waterfall full screen, equipped with the new Kirin 9000 series processor, which will soon become a “sweet song”, based on a 5nm process manufacturing process, using Cortex A77 or A78 architecture. In addition, the camera will be equipped with a newly upgraded super-sensitive Leica quad camera. It was previously reported that the main lens of the camera may use 50 million pixels. At the same time, the zoom and movie lenses will also be newly upgraded, and the periscope will be added. Focus lens, supports 5x optical zoom, 55x digital zoom.

It is reported that the new Huawei Mate40 series flagship will be officially unveiled in September. Due to the continuous tightening of sanctions by the United States, this year may be Huawei’s last generation of high-end Huawei Kirin chips, and Huawei may not have “cores” available in the future. In addition, it is reported that Huawei Mate 40 Pro 128GB version is priced at 5999 yuan (USD $857) , 256GB version is priced at 6,499 yuan (USD $928) , and 512GB version is priced at 7,399 yuan (USD $1057) . More detailed information, we will wait and see.