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10:18 AM September 9, 2019

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10:18 AM September 9, 2019

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Huawei To Debut “Kirin” Processor Ahead Of Mate 30 Series Launch

HUAWEI – The company behind Huawei recently showed their new “Kirin” chips ahead of the launch of their new Mate 30 series.

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The Kirin mobile processor, as well as the Mate 30 range, are the company’s first ever big product launches ever since their dispute against the US due to the ban.

It is also previously reported that the company posted tweets regarding the launch.

A report from ABS-CBN states that the processor, officially called the Kirin 990, is the first all-in-one 5G system on a chip. The chip is reported to be better than alternatives from Samsung and Qualcomm which, according to the Chinese-based giant, place 5G modems on 4G chips.

The company’s business group head Richard Yu claimed that this is the world’s most powerful 5G system on a chip and the most powerful 5G modem/

The launch at the IFA consumer electronics fair, which is held in Berlin was made via the new 7 nanometer production process.

This is also a portion of a carefully sequential buildup of the world launch of the new Mate 30 series which will be held in Munich on Sept. 19

As per the report, it is yet unknown if the new series will be able to run services from Google due to the blacklisting of the giant by the US, which deducted 5% of the company’s market share in Europe.

Huawei is aiming to gain ground since the spread of the ultra-fast 5G networks urges upgrades to consumers who held on to phones longer. Consumers needs new devices to gain the advantages promised by the 5G.

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