Huawei Mate 40 Pro: new report reiterates limited availability

Mate 40 Pro

Everything indicates that Huawei will present its new tops later this month. The Huawei Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro + will debut the new Kirin 9000 processor, but they will also be the last to use it.

This is because a new report again says that Huawei will not have many units available for its new processor. This, of course, will have an impact on the availability of the Huawei Mate 40.

Mate 40 Pro

Huawei will have just over 8 million units of the Kirin 9000

Since September 15, Huawei has been without a supplier for its processors. This task was the responsibility of TSMC, which, as a result of a new American executive order, is prevented from continuing to collaborate with Huawei.

According to the new report, Huawei will have received only 8.8 million units of the Kirin 9000. And to make matters worse, it is said that a new tablet from the Chinese will also use this processor.

In any case, its new high-end processor will be presented later this month. We do not know if this will happen when the Huawei Mate 40 Pro is revealed or if the Kirin 9000 will be entitled to an independent disclosure.

Having Huawei divide the 8.8 million processors by at least four devices, it means that there will not be many copies of each available. Something that will certainly force technology to make a more rational management of its new smartphones.

With Huawei having less and less presence in the European market, this could be one of the sacrifices given the current situation of the company. In contrast, the brand continues to grow healthily in China, so don’t be surprised if it focuses on your market.

Huawei’s future is uncertain

That said, the question is how Huawei will be on the market in the near future. Something will have to change in the company’s strategy, otherwise it risks running out of raw materials to develop its smartphones.

One of the latest rumors is that Huawei has expressed interest in returning to using Snapdragon processors. Qualcomm has also expressed the same interest, but everything is dependent on the American government.

We are a month away from the US presidential elections and this event could be important for Huawei. The question is whether a victory by Joe Biden could change the American position towards Huawei.

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