More recently, Chinese manufacturer Huawei went on to launch its much-awaited Mate 40 Pro flagship series and the latest flagship series from the company has generally seen a good response, especially when we take into consideration that fact that Huawei is still working out strategies to stay afloat.

Because Huawei happens to be facing several issues when it comes to the supply chain and production for the Mate 40 series, the company is also struggling to meet the demand for the Mate 40 series of smartphones. Indeed while the devices currently happen to be out-of-stock, the company has said that they will be soon in stock.

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But even with that said, it is no secret that the demand for the Mate 40 Pro is quite high as it is. And so with that said, Huawei may not be able to keep a steady flow of units in the market. This problem stems mainly because of the fact that the device actually happens to be powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 9000 SoC.

As a consequence of the sanctions that have been imposed by the US government, Huawei cannot actually manufacture new Kirin 9000 chipsets. This refers to the fact that the company has rather limited units of the chipsets available and once the company runs out, it won’t have the option to procure more chipsets – which means that it will have to halt the manufacturing of the Mate 40 Pro and the Pro Plus models.

The Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 9000 actually happens to be an Octa-core process which features with 24 core Mali-G78 GPU along with two big and one tiny core NPU. It also goes on to house the company’s most advanced ISP technology to date.

As of now, it seems that until Huawei gets permission to manufacture chipsets or procures them from companies such as Qualcomm, Samsung or MediaTek, there won’t be any more Mate 40 models coming into the market as the existing stock continues to finish.


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