Next month, Huawei is announcing the Mate 40 smartphones, which will run on the new Kirin 9000 chip. Now it is revealed what other device will receive this SoC.
According to Chinese insider Digital Chat Station, Huawei has begun developing a “true flagship tablet.” It will also be equipped with a new 5nm Kirin 9000 processor. It will most likely be the successor to last year’s Huawei MatePad Pro. Unfortunately, there are no details about the tablet yet.
Huawei’s K9000 tablet has entered the Internet, the true flagship tablet [awsl]
— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) September 28, 2020
By the way, if you, suddenly, did not know, then the Kirin 9000 chip will become the last proprietary Huawei processor. Due to US sanctions, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), which created them, stopped working with the Chinese manufacturer. Therefore, in the future, Huawei will most likely have to use Qualcomm or MediaTek processors in its devices.