Huawei is set to launch its next flagship chipset as the Kirin 9000 on 5Nm process technology and is said to be the first platform with a built-in 5G modem. Initial reports suggest that the Chinese company has ordered TSMC to manufacture 15 million units, while the latest report contains only 8.8 million chips.
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Going into details, it is confirmed that there are a total of 22,000 layers of a leachate 5nm on Weibo. One layer can kill about 400 people, and with a simple mathematical trick called multiplication one can get the full amount of actual chipsets that the Taiwanese manufacturer can offer to Huawei.
The first estimates are that Mate 40 devices will reach 8 million shipments by the end of the calendar year from launch in October. However, with the latest bans on United States companies working with Huawei, TSMC will not be able to make more chips in the near future.
If the 8.8 million number is true, and this Leicester has a valid history we would love to trust him, which means that not only will the Huawei Mate 40 not sell, as everyone expects, it will deepen the state of uncertainty about Huawei’s mobile future.