Huawei Tablet M6

Huawei Will Launch A New Tablet This Year Powered By Kirim 9000

According to the reliable Weibo channel, Huawei’s new tablet PC will be released at the end of the lunar calendar. The Huawei tablet will be powered by the Kirin 9000.

Huawei Tablet M6

Earlier this year, in September, the blogger said that the screen of this tablet supports a high refresh rate. Moreover, there may be a large-size version, which will also bring some new changes. In terms of chips, the high-end version of the tablet is expected to be equipped with the Kirin 9000.

In addition, at the end of September this year, a variety of Huawei tablet computers entered the network, with multiple models: AGS3-W09HN, AGR-W09HN, AGS3-W00D, AGS3-W00E, AGS3-W00B. The corresponding documents showed that the tablet will also support a 120Hz refresh rate, adopt a 12.9-inch OLED ultra-narrow bezel full screen. Moreover, it will have a Dimensity 1000 chip version in addition to the Kirin 9000 chip version.

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The Huawei Kirin 9000 chip uses a 5nm process. It integrates 15.3 billion transistors. On the other hand, our protagonist has an octa-core CPU, a 24-core Mali-G78 GPU, and a 2-large-cores + 1-small-core NPU.

The CPU consists of one 3.13GHz A77 large core, three 2.54GHz A77 middle cores, and four 2.04GHz A55 small cores. Thus, it slightly surpasses the Snapdragon 865 Plus 3.1GHz, and is currently the highest frequency mobile processor.

As for 5G, the industry’s first four-network synergy technology can efficiently integrate Wi-Fi 2.4GHz, Wi-Fi 5Ghz, main card 5G, and secondary card 4G. This brings aggregated high network speed and low stability under changing network conditions. Huawei didn’t give exact speed figures during the presentation. But the chip’s Balong 5000 modem supports up to 6.5Gbps downloads with 5G carrier aggregation. Huawei claims the modem is 5x faster at uploads and 2x faster at downloads in the real-world versus Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 modem. Feisty talk.

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