There are unconfirmed reports that Huawei is planning to announce a new flagship Hisilicon Kirin processor in early September as it did last year, and now the company has confirmed that it will participate in IFA 2020, an event where the company is likely to announce its new flagship processor due to It did the same with the HiSilicon Kirin 990 processor last year.
Huawei has not announced the products that it will reveal at IFA 2020, although according to the poster, we will see new smartphones, smart watches, true wireless earphones, smart speakers, as well as tablets, laptops and smart TVs.
The prominent question is whether we will see the Huawei Mate 40 Series phones at this event or whether it will be thrilled at least. It should be noted that the next flagship processor for Huawei will appear for the first time on the Huawei Mate 40 Series phones, knowing that this series may be the last leading lineup from Huawei that uses a processor from its HiSilicon company due to the US ban imposed on the Chinese company that prevents TSMC Manufacturing processors for it.
The event will be held on the third day of September at 12:00 GMT, and Huawei will focus on detailing its “vision to make AI life smooth”. The AI engine developed by Huawei itself in the upcoming HiSilicon Kirin processor promises to implement this strategy.
Huawei's sub-brand Honor will be present at IFA 2020 as well, and at this event it is scheduled to reveal a host of new devices, including wearables, tablets and laptops, although we will likely see a phone or Two too. The clarity of the event is similar to “expand your smart life”.