Leaks Suggest Huawei is Developing 3 Kirin Chip Tablets, All Supporting Nearlink

Huawei currently has several new tablet models that have passed 3C certification but have not yet been released, some supporting 100W fast charging and others supporting 66W fast charging, all of which have passed the NearLink Alliance certification. The details of these models are as follows:

  • MRO-W00, MRO-W10: Equipped with a 100W HW-200500C02 dual-port charger (dual ports cannot output simultaneously)
  • BKY-W20, BKY-W10, BKY-W00: Equipped with a 65W HW-110600C03 charger

According to Weibo blogger @Digital Chat Station, at least 3 Huawei tablets will feature HiSilicon Kirin SoCs, with the highest-end model powered by the Kirin 9010 series chip, supporting Beidou satellite messaging, and another slightly lower-end model at 11.95 inches, but all supporting the NearLink technology.

Previously, we reported that the Huawei MRO-W00 tablet passed the CMIIT radio approval, indicating support for wireless local area network, spread spectrum communication, Bluetooth, and Beidou short message.

In addition to this model, several new Huawei tablets have passed the NearLink certification, including the MRO-AL10 derivative model supporting mobile data; while the identities of MRO-W09 and BKY-W09 remain unknown, and they have not passed the MIIT certification.

It is certain that with the beta release of HarmonyOS Next at HDC2024 and an increasing number of new Huawei phones and tablet products using the Kirin 9000 and 9010 series chips, Huawei has broken through the most critical constraints of chip supply and system under the U.S. government’s sanctions. With the official release of HarmonyOS Next in the fourth quarter and the launch of the flagship phone Mate70 series, Huawei is bound to bring more good products to consumers.

source: Weibo