This smartphone is already certified
Due to American sanctions, Huawei for a long time could not produce smartphones with 5G modems – the company was simply cut off from the supply of the necessary components and ready-made single-chip systems with integrated 5G support. But now everything will change: Huawei has its own SoC with a 5G modem, and the first smartphone based on it will be the Nova 12 Ultra.
This model, designated by catalog number ADA-AL00U, has already been certified in China, and the description specifically indicates 5G support. And the well-known insider Digital Chat Station revealed additional details.
According to him, the new mid-level Huawei smartphone (the Nova line is one of these) will have a Kirin 9000s SoC with a 5G modem. It will differ from the regular version of Kirin 9000s by a slightly lower (only 130 MHz) frequency of the large core. The Kirin 9000s configuration, we recall, looks like this: a large core with a frequency of 2.49 GHz, three medium cores with a frequency of 2.15 GHz and four small cores with a frequency of 1.53 GHz. According to rumors, the premiere of the Nova 12 line will take place in December.