Xiaomi launched its first in-house smartphone chipset, Surge S1, in 2017. Photo: HandoutXiaomi launched its first in-house smartphone chipset, Surge S1, in 2017. Photo: Handout
Xiaomi launched its first in-house smartphone chipset, Surge S1, in 2017. Photo: Handout

Xiaomi says it still wants to make its own smartphone chips as Huawei runs low on Kirin processors

  • Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun says the company’s chip-designing effort is still ongoing
  • Xiaomi introduced its first in-house chipset, Surge S1, in 2017

Topic |   Huawei
Xiaomi launched its first in-house smartphone chipset, Surge S1, in 2017. Photo: HandoutXiaomi launched its first in-house smartphone chipset, Surge S1, in 2017. Photo: Handout
Xiaomi launched its first in-house smartphone chipset, Surge S1, in 2017. Photo: Handout
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