Remember the unreleased Huawei Kirin 985 chip? During IFA 2019, there was controversy about the new generation of Kirin processors, including the Kirin 990 and Kirin 985, and Huawei eventually released the Kirin 990 and Kirin 990 5G processors, although the Kirin 985 processor does seem to have.
As reported in August last year that Huawei’s PPT showed that 2019 was the year of 5G commercial and that Huawei had built an absolutely leading 5G advantage, including end-to-end all-self-research chips including Tianyi base station chips, Kirin 985/Baron 5000 terminal chips, and so on. So now, the new leak suggests the Kirin 985 5G code is “Tucson” and it is expected to be equipped with the upcoming Huawei Nova 7 series.
Recently, Chang’an Digital Jun reported that the Huawei Kirin 985 chipset is coming. This is a chip different from the Kirin 820 5G after the glory has announced that the glory 30S will be released on March 30, the first with the Kirin 820 5G processor.
Huawei is likely to launch the Kirin 985 5G with Huawei’s Nova 7 and Nova 7 Pro, according to foreign media Huawei Central. Also, a few weeks back both the smartphones were spotted in 3C listing with the model name Huawei JEF-AN00 and Huawei JER-AN10. So the devices will support 5G connectivity and 40W of fast charging (10VDC, 4A Max).