At the September event, Huawei CEO Huawei announced that the company's smartphone business was facing major challenges and buying Huawei 5G smartphones are tough right now. But he emphasized that Huawei would not give up its smartphone business and would not sell it to another company. He further added that the company is working hard to bring the smartphone business back to its original position.
4G and dedicated Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 chip. Earlier, there were reports of the Huawei Mate 50 being tested with the Snapdragon 898 chip. Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 898 uses Samsung's 4-nanometer technology, and the CPU design of this processor will be in the form of a 3-piece set.
The 3-piece set of this CPU is as follows:
- 1 x 3.0GHz Cortex X2 super large core
- 3 x 2.5GHz Cortex A78 large core
- 4 x 1.79GHz Cortex A55 small core
But the Chinese company will not unveil the Huawei Mate 50 this year. According to recent rumors, this flagship smartphone will enter the market in the first quarter of next year. This is considered to be the closest time for the release of this smartphone. If the phone is to be unveiled in the first quarter of 2022, we should probably see the product launch in March to the global smartphone market. . Therefore, Huawei can not produce its 5G processors without the approval of the United States and will have to use 4G chips due to the US ban. In addition, there are rumors that Kirin chips are running out of stock. However, the company will unveil a smartphone with a Kirin 9000 4G processor.
According to information released so far, Huawei will unveil most of its smartphones in the first half of next year. Uses Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. Of course, Huawei has not developed a new processor, so it will probably use a new strategy in this regard. The company plans to improve the performance and experience of its smartphones. Basically, Huawei is now focusing on extending the life of its smartphones.
It is worth noting that Huawei HarmonyOS 2 operating system has performed very well so far and there have been no reports of crashes. More than 120 million Huawei and Honor smartphones are currently running HarmonyOS 2, and by the end of this year, more than 300 million smartphones will be equipped with the operating system.