Several 5G Huawei phones gain Bluetooth certification
5 new Huawei phones were certified by the Bluetooth SIG and based on their identifiers these will offer 5G connectivity. The five new devices are the ADA-AN00, PSD-AN00, ADA-TN00, BLK-AN00, and BLK-TN00 with the AN and TN suffixes indicating 5G connectivity. For reference 4G Huawei phones like the Mate 50 (CET-AL00), Mate X3 (ALT-AL00) and P60 Pro (MNA-AL00) all carry the AL suffix. Not much else is known about the newly certified devices other than that they support Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.
In addition to the unnamed Huawei phones, we can see certifications for the Huawei nova 13, nova 14, nova 15 and nova 16 series devices. These will come in vanilla, Pro and Ultra versions all with 5G connectivity based on their identifiers.
A recent Reuters report suggests Huawei is working with Chinese foundry SMIC on developing 5G chipsets using SMIC’s N+1 manufacturing process and Huawei’s electronic design automation (EDA) software tools. The resulting chip yields rates are expected to be below 50% with forecasts suggesting an initialy 2 to 4 million 5G chipset units being produced. Huawei is reportedly aiming to launch its first 5G phones with the newly developed chipset later this year which could be part of the Mate 60 series.
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- 28 Aug 2023
I agree so much with you!!
- 15 Aug 2023
I agree, just buy LG Viper or HTC U23
- 14 Aug 2023
It adds up, what Huawei has to worry about if USING FABRICATION technology.... The 5G technology itself is strictly their own