Huawei Flagship 5G tablet is coming next month
Huawei in its rollout plans for its smartphones due to massive chip shortage with the US sanction ban.
Huawei has been investigating innovative options to subdue the chip blockade and is set to release the P50 series in April 2021. The models are expected to come in limited quantities mainly due to the chip blockade by the US government.
The upcoming launch reported releasing of the Huawei MatePad Pro 2 5G tablet also in April 2020. The MatePad Pro 2 5G tablet is Huawei’s flagship 5G tablet offering cutting edge functionality and great features. Powered by the Kirin 9000 high-end chipset, the MatePad Pro 2 5G would run on the PadOS operating system, which was developed along the lines of Huawei’s homegrown HarmonyOS operating system.
Reports say that two versions of the 5G tablet will be ready at launch – one with a 12.2-inch Hua Xing display, and a second model with a 12.6-inch Samsung display. The two models have a 120Hz refresh rate, together with a battery expected to be more powerful than previous smartphones released by Huawei.
Huawei will be using a lighter version of the flagship Kirin 9000 chipset (called Kirin 9000E) on the P50 model. The main difference between the two chipsets is in the Neural Processing Unit (NPU). While the NPU of the Kirin 9000 has two large cores, that of the lighter Kirin 9000E has a single large core. Also, both chips have the Mali-G78 GPU, but having 24 cores for the Kirin 9000 and 22 cores for the Kirin 9000E.
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