Exposure that Huawei and BYD have signed a cooperation: Kirin chip explores independent car
Following the 5G communication chip and HiCar projection screen solution, Huawei’s blockbuster product, the pro-Kirin chip, also has a clear plan to get on the car.
A few days ago, according to domestic media reports, many lovers close to Huawei’s consumer BG and BYD executives revealed that Huawei’s Kirin chip is independently exploring its application in the field of automotive digital cockpits. The first product is Kirin 710A. BYD signed a cooperation agreement.
It is understood that the Kirin chip is a self-developed mobile phone chip developed by Huawei HiSilicon, and is currently only available for Huawei and Honor mobile phones. In response to the above news, BYD officially responded to the media: “There is no information to disclose.”
Not long ago, BYD announced that its brand-new model Han will use Huawei’s 5G module MH5000. This module is based on the 5G chip Balong5000 (Balong 5000) independently developed by Huawei.
It is reported that MH5000 is the industry’s first 5G-V2X (which can be simply understood as “5G communication-based Internet of Vehicles”) vehicle-mounted module.
According to official test data, the MH5000 has a maximum downlink peak rate of 2Gbps and a maximum uplink peak rate of 230Mbps, which can meet the needs of automotive 5G communication and provide assistance for vehicle data interoperability, vehicle-road collaboration, and future autonomous driving.
Prior to this, Huawei Consumer BG and BYD also cooperated with products such as mobile NFC car keys and HiCar mobile phone projection solutions. As of press time, Huawei has still not responded.