Fast Tech reported on January 2nd that, according to data from Counterpoint, the Huawei Mate 60 series phones have been highly popular amongst consumers since their launch. However, even four months post-release, the supply of these smartphones is still insufficient, making them hard to come by!
In response to this situation, Huawei’s Yu Chengdong stated that production for the Huawei Mate 60 Pro is working overtime to cope with the demand.
The Huawei Mate 60 Pro is equipped with the Kirin 9000s processor, which performs at a level comparable to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888+.
In addition to this, the phone supports dual satellite communications; it can make and receive satellite calls and can send or receive satellite messages through the Changlian App.
The cutting-edge technology of the Huawei Mate 60 Pro spearheads its competition, bringing Huawei from “0 to 1”, and drastically stimulating consumers’ purchasing power.
Previously, as early as November, Huawei Mate 60 Pro was already open for a 90-day reservation purchase.
This reservation model is suitable for consumers who want to buy but have previously missed out and are not in a hurry. However, even today, the demand for the Mate 60 Pro still outstrips the supply.
Recently, numerous domestic and international institutions have disassembled the Huawei Mate 60 Pro, focusing on the device’s new Kirin 9000s chip.
Among them, Lv Yanjie, a professor from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, analysed Huawei’s new 5G chip and highlighted a gap of 3-5 years with advanced 5G chips.
He candidly stated that Huawei has finally solved the issue of 5G smartphones and advanced 5G chips, which is a significant breakthrough.