A few years ago, talking about processors was talking about Qualcomm and MediaTek. Over time, Samsung showed that the Exynos…
A few years ago, talking about processors was talking about Qualcomm and MediaTek. Over time, Samsung showed that the Exynos were among the most efficient , and MediaTek was falling under its own weight, until forced to launch only mid-range SoCs, not having enough resources to manufacture high ranges.
Huawei has been working with their Kirin for some time, processors that are practically at the level of the latest Qualcomm and Exynos, and that you will not see in any other brand that is not Huawei , at least, in the short term.
It would not be the first time that a firm sells its own processors. Meizu, for example, has had a good relationship with the Exynos processors , and its high-end devices used to carry the model that the Samsung range top of the previous year was incorporating. As we read in Gizchina , in the case of Huawei, we will not see other terminals powered by the Kirin processors.
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You could think that with the standardization of Kirin processors for the entire Huawei mid-range, the firm would be open to selling these processors to their rivals, but it will not be like that. Zhijun Xu, one of the executives of Huawei, has confirmed that the Kirin will remain in the Huawei mobiles , and that the firm has no plans to sell these processors to anyone.
Add, also, that Huawei is making a millionaire expense in development aspects , and that has in mind to keep doing it. A risky bet, but that does not seem to be failing the Chinese firm, which is increasing its profits year after year, and positioning itself as one of the best companies worldwide.
And you, would you like to see Kirin processors on other Android phones?
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