{Disarmed} Most Huawei smartphones will use Snapdragon chips in the 1st half of 2022

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Huawei has recently started using Qualcomm's Snapdragon chips for its smartphones. And that shouldn't change in the first half of 2022 either, when it is expected that most Huawei smartphones will use Snapdragon chips. The reason is simple, your own Kirin chips are running out.

The Huawei P50 series is also available with the Snapdragon 888 and the Nova 9 series also has a Qualcomm processor on board with the Snapdragon 778G. In both models, however, only one 4G chip of the respective SoC is used. Because Huawei is only allowed to use 4G processors due to the ban imposed by the USA.

Most of Huawei's smartphones will continue to use Snapdragon chips for the first half of next year. Because the Kirin chips, including the 4G versions of the Kirin 9000 processor, are now out of stock. Since Huawei cannot have any more produced, you have to rely on other chips.

And thus Huawei is likely to feel the effects of the global chip crisis. Because Qualcomm is already producing at the limit and even Samsung was unable to rip the manufacturer out of any more chips . Let's see what impact this will have on Huawei smartphone production.

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