The latest Huawei devices feature 5G technology and are Bluetooth SIG certified:
Huawei is unable to utilize Google’s services or 5G technology because of the US trade embargo. Therefore, the company has relied on Qualcomm 4G chipsets as of late. Rumor has it that Huawei is working with its domestic chip partner to solve these issues and bring 5G to its devices. The Bluetooth SIG has now approved Huawei New Devices Get 5G Technology, and their identifiers reveal that they support 5G networks.
The Huawei Nova 13, Nova 14, Nova 15, and Nova 16 series have also been certified by the Bluetooth SIG in addition to these unnamed devices. These phones’ model number indicates that they will also support 5G connectivity, and they will be offered in vanilla, Pro, and Ultra variations.
The following five new gadgets have received Bluetooth SIG certification:
As was previously mentioned, Huawei is reportedly developing 5G chipsets with Chinese chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC). In particular, the N+1 process from SMIC, which is comparable to the 7nm process used by other major chipmakers, is said to be used by Huawei. Huawei could create more affordable 5G smartphones for the mass market using SMIC’s production node. As a result, it would be able to sell more smartphones while gaining knowledge of domestic 5G smartphone technologies. According to reports, the company plans to introduce its first 5G phones later this year, possibly as a part of the Mate 60 series.
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These new Huawei phones don’t have names yet, but they all have the “AN” or “TN” suffix in their model numbers, which means they can connect to 5G networks. Huawei phones with the “AL” suffix have 4G connectivity, to put that in perspective. The Huawei Mate 50, for instance, has the model number CET-AL00, indicating that it is a 4G phone.
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