Huawei mate40 series is stable! TSMC drives full power to ensure delivery of Kirin 9000

Recently, the U.S. ban on Huawei has been upgraded again, and what we are most concerned about is whether Huawei’s mate 40 series can be released as scheduled. What is surprising is that on August 24, Huawei officially announced that it would hold a special keynote speech at the International Consumer Electronics Fair in Berlin on September 3, 2020. According to the posters released, Huawei will display a variety of products, such as smart phones, smart watches, audio, computers, and television. < p > < p > on August 7, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, said at the 2020 summit of China’s 100 people’s Conference on information technology that the Kirin 9000 chip carried by Huawei mate 40 series may be out of print for Huawei’s high-end Kirin chip. < p > < p > because the ban came into effect after September 15, companies like TSMC can no longer produce chips for Huawei. However, it is gratifying that TSMC will ensure chip delivery before the September 15 deadline due to its close cooperation. According to media reports, TSMC is currently producing Huawei’s Kirin 9000 chips at full power, and the most advanced 5nm process is used. In addition, according to the report, the source of the upstream chip industry chain said that Huawei would need the number of Kirin processor chips required by Huawei by the end of the year, whether it was 5nm or 7Nm mobile phone chips, or 16nm or 28nm, such as the TWS headset Bluetooth chip developed by Hisilicon, by the middle of September. At present, the production capacity has been promoted smoothly. < / P > < p > some tech bloggers recently disclosed that Huawei mate40 is likely to bring more surprises, such as carbon fiber fuselage, batteries with new materials, new 5g baseband chip, AI chip, emui11 system, etc., and these surprises can also bring users more excellent use and interactive experience. Huawei mate40 concept machine exposed, Kirin 1020 + curved surface full-scale screen, beauty hanging on iPhone 12