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This phone has so much demand, the company is unable to fulfill the order

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Tech brand Huawei’s smartphones have no response in terms of camera performance and hardware. The company has recently brought its flagship smartphone series Huawei Mate 40. This smartphone is being well liked and as soon as it comes in the market, this phone has been out-of-stock. The company brought in the limited units market of this phone, which sold out fast and still has its bumper demand.

The company is not able to meet the demand for new Huawei Mate 40 series smartphones and Huawei is facing many problems from the supply chain to production. Regarding the out-of-stock smartphones due to heavy demand, the company says that new stock will be launched in the market soon. However, if the demand for Mate 40 series remains the same, then the company will not be able to maintain the flow of supply in the market.

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Limited chipset only available
Huawei is not able to produce the phone fast, the main reason for this is the company’s in-house HiSilicon Kirin 9000 processor. Due to restrictions imposed by the United States, Kirin 9000 cannot manufacture chipsets. This means that the company has limited chipsets available and will not be able to produce the processor and processor as soon as they are finished. Without the processor, there is no question of Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro Plus coming to the market.

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Waiting for license
Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin 9000 octa core processor comes with a 24 core Mali G78 GPU and also has two big and two small NPUs. It has the most advanced ISP technology of Huawei. It seems that the devices of the Mate 40 series will not reach the market until Huawei gets permission to manufacture processors from companies like Qualcomm, Samsung and MediaTek. However, the US is giving license to the companies to trade with Huawei with some conditions and Samsung, MediaTek has also applied for the license.

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