Recently, there have been more and more online revelations about Huawei’s Mate50 series, indicating that the new series will be coming to us soon. According to bloggers, the Mate50, Mate50 Pro and Mate50 RS models will definitely be unveiled at the event.
As the highest-positioned model, Mate50 RS is rumored to be powered by one of the few Kirin 9000S chips. But now some bloggers are saying that’s not true.
In the evening of July 31, the digital blogger @Panda very baldy posted on Weibo that it was not true that the Kirin 9000S chip used in Mate50 RS, and the Kirin 9000 series chip was almost at the bottom.
Earlier, a blogger revealed that the Huawei Mate50 will indeed have some Kirin chips, but not the Kirin 9000, but the Coast Kirin 9000S. The chip is provided by Beijing Hai Technology, and the performance of the Kirin 9000 is “as good as”. But Kirin doesn’t have a lot of chips, and Huawei’s Mate50 series is mainly 4G.
However, the blogger also stressed that the content is not completely decided, and the final release of the product how it will be implemented will depend on the launch event.
Now, it seems that Huawei might have considered running Mate50 RS with one of the few Kirin 9000S chips, but gave up (just guessing) because there were only a few Kirin chips in the market.
About Huawei Mate50 series, so far we can almost confirm two points: first, Mate50 series will include Mate50, Mate50 Pro, Mate50 RS three models. The second is that the new device will be unveiled in September.