Recently, a Chinese leaker DigitalChatStation has reported that Huawei is developing a new tablet based on the Kirin 9000. For Huawei Central, this tablet would succeed the MatePad Pro, which is powered by the Kirin 990. The tablet, described as a high-end flagship, will obviously be compatible with the 5G network. And today, the Huawei’s new tablet passed through 3C certification of China, which revealing their models and charging speeds and not much else.
As seen in the 3C certification image, the tablet has a variety of models: AGS3-W09HN, AGS3-W00D, AGR-W09HN, AGR-AL09HN, AGS3-W00E, AGS3-W00B, and all will feature up to 10W of fast charging (5VDC, 2A). Other than these two factors, the 3C certification fails to give us any more information surrounding this new tablet.
As we mentioned above, a Chinese leaker has revealed that Huawei’s next-gene flagship tablet will be equipped with Kirin 9000 chipset, which is reportedly the last high-performance chipset developed in collaboration with TSMC.
It is worth mentioning that the chip has been limited in stock due to the impact of the ban, so the tablet may only be released in a limited quantity
Regarding the question of chip inventory, the blogger replied: The product was planned and approved at an earlier point in time, so the shortage of chipsets was not considered.
According to other sources, the Huawei’s new tablet will also support a 120Hz refresh rate with a 12.9-inch OLED ultra-narrow bezel full screen. In addition to the Kirin 9000, it will launch with a Dimensity 1000, which is expected to be released together with the Mate 40 series.
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