Presently, the future of Huawei’s smartphone and tablet business is bleak. This is mainly because the latest U.S. ban cuts off its mobile chip supply. However, Huawei is more than just smartphones. The Chinese manufacturer makes other gadgets that the ban will not affect. According to popular Weibo leakster, @DigitalChatStation, Huawei will launch a 66W power bank. Furthermore, this device already has Chinese 3C certification.
According to the report, both Huawei and Honor have the certification for this device. The input and output power is 11V 6A up to 66W, and the standard value is 12,000mAh. However, the rated value is 6600mAh. In addition, the post also revealed that the fast charging solution for Huawei’s new phones next year should be 22.5W/40W/66W. Huawei previously hinted through EMUI 11 that the Huawei Mate40 series is expected to support wired fast-charging up to 66W.
Huawei flagship tablet to use the Kirin 9000 SoC
For Huawei, things are very difficult right now, nevertheless, it is still holding on to its own. Next month, Huawei will release a new flagship Mate 40 series. This flagship series will use its latest flagship chip, Kirin 9000 processor. However, there are reports that the number of chips obtained from TSMC is less than 9 million. According to Huawei’s statistics, this number can only last for half a year. Surprisingly, the Mate 40 series is not the only product that uses Kirin 9000. Huawei flagship tablet will also use this chip.
Huawei’s new tablet K9000 already has the Chinese 3C certification. This is a true flagship tablet and the processor on this one is Kirin 9000. The 3C certification information shows that the K9000 tablet has multiple model versions. It has AGS3-AL00, AGS3-AL09HN, AGS3-W09HN, AGS3-W00D, AGS3-W00E, AGS3-W00B, AGR-W09HN, and AGR-AL09HN. Probably, the screen size, network standard, and a few other features should separate these models. The charger specification for all models is 5V2A , and the maximum power is 10W.
Huawei flagship tablet with model number K9000 has actually been in the pipeline for a long time. For this reason, the company does not want to abandon all its work. However, even if the company releases this tablet, the supply will certainly not be too large. In truth, the Kirin 9000 SoC is not even enough to supply Mate 40 phones. However, Huawei will still squeeze out a few of the chips for its upcoming flagship tablet.