This week, the network reported that due to new US government sanctions against Huawei, the launch of the new flagship smartphones of the Mate 40 series may be delayed. Now, an authoritative insider has published a message saying that Huawei will be able to bring Mate smartphones to the market 40 and Mate 40 Pro as originally planned.
A report posted by an insider Moile Chip Expert on the Weibo network said that Huawei will have an adequate supply of processors to ensure the timely launch of flagship smartphones and other devices. It is expected that by mid-September, the Chinese manufacturer will have enough chips manufactured by 5 nm and 7 nm manufacturing processes used in smartphones, as well as 16-nm and 28-nm single-chip systems for the production of wireless headphones. The insider is confident that the Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro will be launched in October this year, and in total for the fourth quarter, Huawei will release about 8 million copies of these models.
Despite the fact that Huawei mainly uses its own processors in its products, their production is carried out by the Taiwanese company TSMC. New restrictions recently introduced by the US government will take effect in mid-September. According to the ban, TSMC will not be able to manufacture chips for Huawei on equipment that uses US technology. Due to the introduction of these restrictions, there was a doubt that Huawei will be able to bring the Mate 40 series smartphones to the market on time.
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