Huawei, the Chinese technology giant, has passed through the 3C certification process in its home country for several devices, ranging from a 40W charger to new 4G and 5G smartphones as well as routers.
The device will be made available in two variants — one with a 12.2-inch screen supplied by Huaxiing and another with a 12.6-inch display panel provided by Samsung. Both of them are said to have support for a higher refresh rate.
It is also said to be powered by the Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 9000 chipset, the latest flagship chipset from the Chinese giant. This could also be the last one from the company, at least for the time being till the restrictions imposed by the United States are lifted.
As for the other devices that have passed through this certification process, the 4G smartphone is believed to be a part of the Huawei Enjoy lineup and could come with support for 22.5W fast charging.
There are two 5G smartphones, which are expected to be a part of the Huawei Mate 40 lineup and could expand the portfolio of the Mate 40 series. We will have to wait for more information to determine if these claims are true or not.
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