After going through hardships, Huawei finally launched a new Huawei P50 series flagship. But the current difficulties encountered by Huawei’s mobile phone business have not been alleviated, and the Kirin chip inventory is also low, which further led to the new Mate 50 series that should have been released in the second half of the year.
Missing this year’s debut, there are even a lot of rumors that the series will be canceled. But now there is the latest news. Recently, the chip of the aircraft seems to have a new turnaround.
According to the latest information released by reliable Chinese tipster, the new Huawei Mate50 series flagship has not been canceled.
As for its most deadly chip dilemma, the tipster also revealed that Huawei will exclusively supply the 4G version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 chip. Earlier, it was also reported that Huawei was already testing the Snapdragon 898 4G chip internally.
The chip is expected to be launched by the Huawei Mate 50 series and will be officially unveiled in the first quarter of next year.
Moreover, the new Snapdragon 898 top-level chip will be based on Samsung’s 4nm process, using a three-cluster CPU design, equipped with 1*3.0GHz Cortex X2 super core + 3*2.5GHz Cortex A78 large core + 4*1.79 With the small core of GHz Cortex A55, Antutu’s running points will exceed one million for the first time.
Although the Huawei Mate50 series is only equipped with the 4G version, there is no difference in performance from the 5G version. In addition, the device is expected to continue to provide the Kirin 9000 processor version.