Huawei is expecting fewer phone orders for the Mate 40
Huawei is expecting fewer phone orders for the Mate 40

According to reports from Taiwan, the Chinese company Huawei has ordered the supply chain to stop orders for its latest Huawei Mate 40 cell phone.

With the adjustment of in-store deliveries, the Chinese company has reduced orders for parts from suppliers by 30% due to a possible reduction in interest rates and deliveries.

The Huawei Mate 40 is expected to launch in the next few weeks, and its predecessors (Mate 30) and (Mate 20) will also hit the market in the third quarter.

The company usually releases the latest Kirin chipset at IFA, but the conference is now over in Berlin and no new Kirin 9000 chips have been announced at this year's IFA.

The Kirin 9000 processor with Cortex-A78 core is believed to be the latest processor in the flagship chipset segment and will be offered with the Huawei Mate 40 series.

Huawei has a keynote word on the internet, but this is just a statement that the company will not hold back and will continue to invest fully in the European phone sector.

Richard Yu said last month that the Huawei Mate 40 series will use HiSilicon chips, but he did not disclose what will happen next.

The US is said to be trying to stop the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) from making the platform, and Qualcomm has also raised concerns about this.

According to reports, Huawei plans to sell 8 million devices of the new production line in the fourth quarter of 2020 in June. This is still an achievement. Due to the uncertainty surrounding the US-China relationship, Huawei has been held hostage in the whole situation.

The Huawei Mate 40 series has already been introduced in the Chinese certification bodies (TENAA) and (MIIT), with all models of Huawei Mate 40 mobile phones being introduced.

The new series is supposed to be equipped with a two-hole screen that supports a refresh rate of 90 Hz on all models.

The Mate 40 could have a 6.5-inch screen while the Mate 40 Pro could have a 6.78-inch screen.

Since it was banned by the US government, Chinese society has come under enormous pressure. As the US government continues to impose more sanctions, the Chinese giant's situation has worsened.

In the first few months of the ban, Huawei has managed to ship an astonishing number of smartphones and has become the leading smartphone brand in the world.

The company is prohibited from using Android and first installing Google apps and services on its devices. Also, it cannot use American technology to make Kirin chips or buy Qualcomm chips.

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