Huawei has been tipped to expand its high-end Hisilicon Kirin chipsets lineup and launch the Kirin 9010 as the next generation system-on-chip (SoC). The new chip is said to be based on the latest architecture based on 3-nanometer (3 nm) process technology. This is a significant upgrade over the current Hisilicon Kirin 9000 and Kirin 9000E SoC based on the 5nm process. Competitors, including Qualcomm and Samsung, have used the same Mosfet technology node in their recent flagship SoCs for mobile devices.
Tipster with username RODENT950, Tweeted Huawei’s next-gen chipset is based on the Kirin 9010 3nm process. However, there is no official confirmation of the reported details.
Details about silicone will come at a time Huawei It is facing challenges in sustaining its chipset business worldwide U.S. sanctions And supply shortages. The latest report from Counterpoint Shown The Chinese company saw no growth in the last quarter and was able to retain its 12 percent share of the global smartphone chipset market.
Last year, Richard U, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, indicated that the company would stop manufacturing flagship chips due to pressure on sanctions imposed in the United States. “This year may be the last generation of Huawei Kirin high-end chips,” Yu said Said At an industry conference in August.
The latest rumor surrounding the Hisilicon Kirin 9010 SoC suggests that Huawei may be the last weapon to take over Qualcomm Snapdragon And Samsung Exynos Chips. The move to the 3nm process seems to be very competitive and significant – considering the recent arrival of 5nm chips.
Huawei last year Brought Hisilicon Kirin 9000 as its last major SoC. It started in the company Companion 40 Pro And Companion 40 Pro + While there were smartphones in October, the Kirin 9000e was featured Companion 40.
Gadgets 360 reached out to Huawei to comment on the Kirin 9010 SoC development. This report will be updated when the company responds.
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