Huawei to Make Comeback with Mate 50 Pro in 2022?

According to a new report out of China, Huawei's ordeal in the smartphone sector could be finished next year. Despite US limitations, Huawei would have found a way to produce the Mate 50 5G. Huawei had to deal with US sanctions that prohibited it from creating 5G-compatible handsets until now.

Huawei to Make Comeback with Mate 50 Pro in 2022?

Huawei's newer P50 and P50 Pro models, for example, had to rely on Snapdragon CPUs that lacked a 5G modem when they were announced last week. Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW) and Bulk Acoustic Waves (BAW) are two different types of waves that 5G devices can use for RF applications (BAW).

Huawei cannot use 5G compatible components, regardless of the option you choose, because the main 5G RF chip core link filter technology comes from the United States. However, the Chinese firm claims to have discovered a means to circumvent the restrictions.

Huawei Mate 50 5G is equipped with a Chinese-developed Rf chip

Huawei may use Chinese 5G RF chips in its devices as early as next year, rather than using American RF chips like all of its competitors. This would allow Huawei's flagship Mate 50 smartphone to support 5G, which was supposed to be released by the end of the year.

The Huawei Mate 50 5G could be available in the second quarter of 2022, according to a report on MyDrivers, and will have a Snapdragon 898 processor. Qualcomm's next high-end CPU, codenamed "Waipo" and designated as the "SM8450," will be the first to be cut in 4nm.

We should expect significant performance increases over the present Snapdragon 888 because the chip will use ARM's new v9 architecture. The latter would be about 30% faster and would bury 32-bits far deeper.

A few smartphones with the new Snapdragon SM8450 are slated to ship in December following its unveiling at the Snapdragon Tech Summit 2021, with the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 12 perhaps being the first.

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