Huawei is back to business with ARM after the British semiconductor firm restored its supply of chip designs to the Chinese phone maker. But it's still set to lose access to other tech next month.
Today at IFA, Huawei announced its new flagship chipset, the Kirin 990, which will be used in its premium handsets over the next year, beginning with the Mate 30 series that's launching this month.
Huawei's upcoming HiSilicon Kirin 990 chipset will finally include support for video capture at 4K 60fps, something that the Chinese firm's competitors have been doing for a while now.
Huawei has had a rough year but it continues to release new handsets. It looks like the firm will debut its 7nm Kirin 980 processor during IFA Berlin and is set to release the Mate 20 in October.
HiSilicon has introduced its latest high-end processor, the Kirin 960. Compared to its predecessor, the Kirin 950, the 960 packs extra power and is expected to make its way into Huawei's Mate 9.