Huawei Mate 50 and Mate X3 Testing Kirin 9000, SM8425

Huawei Mate 50 series, which was to make its debut last year, did not meet with us as planned due to restrictions such as chips. This made it a disappointing experience for many. Today, according to the blogger Digital Chat Station revealed that Huawei’s flagship product line should be the next iteration of the large screen folding Mate X3, followed by the Mate50 series. He also stated that the engineering machine had tested the K9000/SM8425 (possibly Snapdragon8 Gen1 4G) and that it is unknown if the mass production of the Qualcomm platform will be cut in full. The network supports only 4G. A new Huawei machine model PAL–AL00 was installed today. Sources said that this machine will likely be the new Huawei foldable phone Mate X3 which is expected to launch in May. As for the much-anticipated Huawei Mate 50 series, news that the series would probably be released in mid to late July. These two new models, at least, are announced simultaneously with the Huawei flagship products line.




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