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Huawei mate 40 is stable! Kirin 9000 to be released next month: bigger than apple A14, with at least 8 million in stock by the end of the year

via:驱动之家     time:2020/8/25 16:15:39     readed:158

After September 15, Kirin 9000 will be out of print.However, the latest news shows that Kirin 9000 will stock at least 8 million pieces by the end of the year, which means that the supply of Huawei mate 40 is still guaranteed in the early stage.

The world's first Unicorn SOC and 5nm mobile phone chip integrated with 5g modem will be released next month, according to industry insiders @ mobile chip talent.

He revealed that,Die size of Kirin's 5nm chip,It's bigger than Apple's A14 chip that doesn't integrate modems. By the end of the year, there are at least eight million in stock.


As early as June this year, the owner of Caibo disclosed that,The number of Kirin processor chips required by Huawei by the end of the year, whether 5nm or 7Nm mobile phone chips or 16nm or 28nm chips, such as the TWS headset Bluetooth chip developed by Hisilicon, will be delivered by mid September.

Huawei the second half of the shipment of products is not a problem, recently Huawei to delay the production of flagship Mate40 mobile phone reports, basically false.

According to foreign media reports, Huawei is expected to officially announce the Kirin 9000 chip at a press conference at 14:00 p.m. local time on September 3 in Germany (20:00 Beijing time).

Kirin 9000 will adopt TSMC's 5nm process. Since TSMC will no longer be able to ship products for Huawei after September 15, the company is now operating at full power for Huawei.

Earlier, Yu Chengdong has made it clear that Huawei mate 40 is equipped with a new generation of Kirin 9000 chip, which will have more powerful 5g capacity, stronger AI processing capacity, stronger CPU and GPU.

However, due to the second round of U.S. sanctions, Huawei's chip production only accepted orders before May 15, and production was closed on September 15. So this year may be the last generation of Huawei Kirin's high-end chips.


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