Disclosure: Kirin 9000 chip shortage, Huawei mate 40 sales in some parts of the world

It home, Aug. 12, said Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, at the recent 2020 summit of China’s 100 people’s Conference on information technology, that Huawei’s sales revenue in the first half of the year was 255.8 billion yuan, and the global delivery volume of mobile phones was 105 million units. Yu Chengdong disclosed that Huawei mate 40 series carries Kirin 9000 chip, or the last generation of high-end chip. Yu Chengdong said that Kirin’s high-end chips had become “out of print” and could not be produced in the future. According to Evan Blass, a source of information, Huawei mate 40, codenamed ocean, will not be widely released around the world because Huawei has found that it lacks Kirin chipsets in production, mainly due to pressure from the United States on its manufacturing partners. < p > < p > it house previously reported that emui 10 released on HDC 2019 is Huawei’s first emui system based on Android open source project. On Huawei’s P40 mobile phones, Huawei no longer uses Google GMS, but uses its own HMS ecosystem. New product launch