Huawei’s next-generation Kirin flagship processor may not be far away.
A few days ago, a well-known Twitter tech personality @RODENT950 revealed that Huawei’s next-generation processor will be named Kirin 9010 (Kirin 9010) and will use advanced 3nm technology.
The blogger did not reveal more information about Kirin 9010, but according to the information he leaked in the past, the credibility is still very high.
In October last year, Huawei released the long-awaited Kirin 9000 processor, the world’s first 5G mobile phone SoC with a 5nm process. Subsequently, Samsung Exynos 1080 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, which also use the 5nm process, were released.
Earlier news pointed out that due to various reasons, Huawei will stick to the 5nm process for at least the next two years. If this new leak is correct, then its 3nm chip may be launched this year, even in the next-generation flagship model Mate 50 series.
Of course, if Huawei really starts to use 3nm mobile phone SoC, other manufacturers will follow suit.
Earlier reports pointed out that Qualcomm will launch an enhanced version of Snapdragon 888 Plus in the second half of this year, but it is unclear what process it uses.
Samsung has already started to act. It is reported that Samsung will skip the 4nm advanced manufacturing process it originally planned to invest in and shift to mass production of the 3nm process. Although this decision may eventually cause its domain to lose a large number of customer orders, if it succeeds, the development of other technologies will be supported by more resources.
So guys what do you think about this ongoing process shrinking battles going on in the tech industry? How small could these guys go? This is a question that only time would be able to answer!
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