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Huawei’s new Pura 70 smartphone series a challenger to Apple

Huawei's new Pura 70 smartphone series a challenger to Apple

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Huawei recently launched its Pura 70 smartphone series, which quickly sold out, proving to be a strong competitor to Apple’s iPhone. This success shows Huawei can work around U.S. restrictions well.

The Pura 70 series is famous for its great cameras and sleek design, aimed at people who want style and function. In contrast, the Mate 60 series, out last year, focuses more on performance and features for business.

The Pura 70 phones have a fancy system-on-chip, like the Kirin 9000s in the Mate 60 series. This chip, called the Kirin 9010, is made using SMIC’s 7nm N+2 process.

For memory, the Pura 70 uses DRAM chips from SK Hynix, keeping quality and performance high. But its NAND flash memory chip is probably made by Huawei’s HiSilicon unit, different from the Mate 60’s SK Hynix NAND chips.

The Pura 70’s NAND chip is big, with 1TB of storage. Even though it only has 8 NAND dies, each with a 1Tbit capacity, it competes with big foreign memory makers like SK Hynix and Micron.

HiSilicon is important for making key parts for the Pura 70, like WiFi and Bluetooth modules, and power management chips. This shows Huawei’s focus on using local skills in smartphone making.

Huawei’s Pura 70 series keeps pushing boundaries and challenging big players in the smartphone market. With smart tech and design, Huawei stands out in global competition.

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