Huawei Mate20 Pro has begun mass production: BOE OLED screen Kirin 980 chip

- Jul 21, 2018-

In the second half of the year, we will welcome Samsung Galaxy Note 9, 2018 Apple iPhone X and Huawei Mate 20 and other heavy flagship models. In order to seize the opportunity, Samsung, Apple, and Huawei have all been urgently planning. Huawei Mate 20 Pro has entered the mass production stage.

According to news from the Korean media etnews quoted insiders, Huawei will be equipped with OLED display from BOE on the strategic smartphone launched in the second half of the year, targeting Huawei Mate 20 Pro. If the news is true, then the new Mate 20 Pro will become Huawei's first flagship product with BOE OLED display.

According to South Korean media reports, relevant sources from market research companies revealed that Huawei has signed a contract with BOE to provide at least one million OLED display panels for Huawei. For the quantity of 1 million, some insiders believe that Huawei is likely to choose multiple suppliers to provide OLED display panels for its flagship products like Apple.

Just as the number of screens was leaked, the Korean media etnews also revealed an important message in this report: Huawei Mate 20 series will start mass production this month. Although the statement has not been officially confirmed, according to the news that the new Mate series that Huawei executives revealed in the interview will be released in October, it seems that it is time to enter the trial production stage.

It is reported that Huawei Mate 20 will use the 7nm process of the Kirin 980 processor, produced by TSMC, the network transmission run will reach as much as 35W, higher than the current Snapdragon 845 mobile phone. However, this does not seem to be unexpected. After all, the Snapdragon 845 is a chip that Qualcomm launched last year, and the Kirin 970 belongs to a generation of products, and the Kirin 980 will be launched this year. Science and technology are changing with each passing day, and it is a matter of course better than the previous generation.