Recently, a new HUAWEI 4G phone pal-AL00, which runs Hongmeng OS, has passed network authentication. Sources say that the machine is Huawei Mate X3, which will carry kirin 9000 4G chip.
According to digital bloggers, huawei's new foldable phone Mate X3 will be released at the end of April. It will feature the same external design as the original Mate, with a perforated screen on the right side rather than the center, a 4500mAh battery and 66 watts of wired fast charging.
It has also been suggested that Huawei will launch the Mate X3 with a foldable screen this year, followed by the Mate 50 series. Huawei's Mate X3 is powered by the Hisi Kirin 9000 4G chip, with high-brush support on both the inside and outside screens. The new HarmonyOS 2.0.1 is pre-installed, and the production version may also include qualcomm Snapdragon 888.
Earlier, Derek Yu, president of Huawei's Consumer business in Central and Eastern Europe, Northern Europe and Canada, revealed that Huawei's Mate 50 series will be launched globally in 2022 with The Hongmeng system. Huawei will continue to invest in flagship phones, especially foldable phones, and the Shanghai R&D center is working on 5G chip solutions, which will definitely support 5G in the future.
Tencent's "Deep Net" previously reported that Yu chengdong recently said in a consumer business internal publicity meeting that Huawei mobile will continue to do, in 2023 to return to the king. Huawei insiders described the event as an internal recruitment drive that meant the consumer business had stopped shrinking and was expanding.
Huawei has made substantial progress in the chip supply chain, according to several people familiar with the matter. An industry source close to telecom operators said that huawei sales staff are currently giving operators a timetable that "28nm will be mass-produced next year, and 14nm will be mass-produced in the next year." Huawei Haisi insiders said, "Now is to endure, endure these two or three years, can be mass production."
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