Huawei will continue to bet on its proprietary processors whose next version, Kirin 985, will be even more powerful with new technologies.
Called Ultra Ultraviolet Lithography, this nanotechnology tool uses light to lay out transistors and other silicon components.
The goal is to put billions of transistors on a single chip to increase its performance. With EUV, the location of transistors is more accurate. This results in superior energy efficiency, making the processor chip more powerful with less power. The Kirin 985 will bring this new technology.
Considering the history of Kirin processors and the future Huawei Mate 30 Pro, this future smartphone should be the first to demonstrate EUV technology.
Huawei's focus is on raising processor technology in smartphones
Importantly, in the Mate 20 Pro, Huawei introduced the first 7 nanometer chips. This denser distribution of transistors resulted in higher processor autonomy and performance.
The Mate 20 Pro remains one of the best performing devices on the market. In addition, its battery life has garnered much praise from the community and technology analysts.
The next step is to further improve equipment performance and autonomy through this nanotechnological manipulation. It is true that these are characteristics that we do not see but feel in daily use.
Huawei has been seriously focusing on the performance technology of its processors. The focus on artificial intelligence was quite large last year during the launch of the P20 line and also the Mate 20 Pro.
The Kirin 985 will probably be announced in the summer. However, it is almost certain that Huawei will be demonstrating the new chipset with the launch of its Mate 30 Pro productivity line smartphone.
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