The Chinese company Huawei is trying to deal with the huge inventory problem as the US ban on (TSMC) regarding the production of (Kirin) chips actually begins on September 15th.
Huawei is preparing to launch its next flagship smartphone lineup, the Mate 40 series, sometime in the third quarter of 2020.
It is expected, before the date, that the Chinese company will unveil the Kirin 1000 chip in (IFA Berlin) On September 5.
And according to For the reportConsumer Business Group CEO Richard Yu (Richard Yu), During the 2020 China IT Summit: The company cannot manufacture Kirin chips after September 15 and will therefore stop manufacturing flagship processors.
The Chinese company’s mobile phone shipments reached 105 million units in the first half.
If it were not for the United States, Yu added, the company would have easily overtaken Samsung, reaching revenues of more than 255.8 billion yuan for the first half of 2020.
In addition, the additional sanctions imposed on TSMC made things more difficult, and it now appears that the Kirin chips are not available, as TSMC has to halt its manufacturing plans with immediate effect.
The Chinese giant plans to advance by making breakthroughs in basic research and precision manufacturing in the physical sciences of materials, and the company continues to invest in basic materials and technologies related to the new processes of innovation.
As a sign of the relief, Yu said: Huawei will launch the Mate 40 series as planned in September and will continue to use Kirin chips.
These statements are in line with the leaks that indicated that the company’s next flagship processor is called the Kirin 1000, which is supposed to be unveiled on September 5 during the IFA Berlin conference.
Previous reports had already stated that Huawei, despite the ban, had sufficient stocks of the flagship Kirin processor for the Mate 40 series, as the company had stocks to meet demand for up to 15 million units of the Mate 40 series.
The Kirin 1000 processor is made according to 5 nm technology from the Taiwanese company (TSMC), and it is said: It brings a huge upgrade in high-performance cores and may adopt the latest Cortex-A78 cores from (ARM), which is a big upgrade compared to the Cortex models -A76) is older than the Kirin 990 5G.
There will be a 10-15 percent improvement in performance, the processor is expected to include up to 171.3 million transistors per mm, and as for graphic duties, the Arm Mali-G76 is expected to receive an upgrade as well.