Another mysterious product has just been introduced by Huawei

Huawei has just introduced the all-new Qingyun L540 laptop for the Chinese domestic market with the 5nm Kirin 9006C chip.

The Huawei Qingyun L540 laptop is the next product of the L410 series equipped with the previous Kirin 990S chip. The most important point is that the product's Kirin 9006C chip is manufactured on a modern 5nm process designed by HiSilicon and uses a new ARM core-based architecture, providing up to 8 cores.

Kirin 9006C is a chip manufactured on a 5nm process.

The CPU configuration on Kirin 9006C includes 4 Cortex-A77 cores and 4 Cortex-A55 cores. The Cortex-A77 core module has a single core that operates at up to 3.13 GHz while the remaining cores run at 2.54 GHz. Meanwhile, the Cortex-A55 core combination operates at a clock speed of up to 2.05 GHz and the Mali-G78 MP22 GPU.

Talking about the Huawei Qingyun L540 itself, it is a laptop with a 14-inch display with a maximum resolution of up to 2160 x 1440 pixels and a maximum refresh rate of 60 Hz. The screen supports 100% sRGB color games.

This laptop is currently exclusive to China.

In addition, the device also has a 56Wh battery, integrated fingerprint scanner, HD camera, 1 USB-C port, 2 USB-A ports, 1 audio port, 1 HDMI output and RJ45 Ethernet.

Regarding storage configuration, Qingyun L540 is equipped with RAM up to 16 GB and SSD up to 512 GB. The price of the product starts at 845 USD (20.52 million VND) for the 8/256 GB variant up to 1,145 USD (27.8 million VND) for the 16/512 GB variant.

Whether the product will appear on the market or not is a big question mark.

It is currently unclear whether Huawei plans to bring the Qingyun L540 to the global market or not. If so, the device could be given a different name, such as the MateBook line, and run the HarmonyOS operating system instead of the current UOS.

Bloomberg published a major article describing how the Chinese government in various ways helps Huawei not only survive under US sanctions but also actively develop.

According to the report, journalists discovered a network of enterprises backed by the Shenzhen municipal government's investment fund, whose purpose is to help Huawei create a self-sufficient chip network. This group includes companies specializing in optics, developers of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and even manufacturers of chemical products.

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The components in Huawei phones mostly come from China.

The Chinese government is also funding a $30 billion project to help Huawei build its own chip factories.

At the heart of the network of state-owned enterprises supporting Huawei is an investment fund run by the Shenzhen city government. The Shenzhen Large Industrial Investment Group fund itself was established in 2019 after the first US sanctions and received direct instructions to support China's chip manufacturing efforts and especially Huawei.

Separately, Bloomberg said that Huawei was actually forced to announce the Mate 60 Pro smartphone early because it wanted to time the announcement to coincide with US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo's visit to China.

Many of its subsidiaries are backed by Shenzhen Large Industrial Investment Group.

In general, the Chinese government actively subsidizes Huawei, with SemiAnalysis analysts saying the scale of subsidies is very large, including apartment construction, land support and no income tax collection.

It's important to note that Huawei denies government support, saying it's all speculation and based on information on the Internet.

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