A China Weibo ARM executive got a little excited and posted some rather telling pictures that point to the new Huawei Ascend P6S packing a brand new A9 CPU.

After ARM confirmed Samsung’s 64-bit chips yesterday it appears the chip-making giant didn’t plug up its leaky ship. Now Huawei has had its surprise ruined after a picture was posted with the new chip specs.

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There is still room for error as the picture may not be the P6S, although it does look exactly like it. Also we know this handset is due for a new chipset so this makes a lot of sense.

The new processor in question is the quad-core ARM Cortex A9 Hisilicon Kirin 910 CPU with Mali-450 GPU. We know that Hisilicon is Huawei’s chip making subsidiary so it makes a lot of sense that this would be the chip in its next flagship handset.

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The Mali-450 is built around 4nm technology and can run at a speed of 480Mhz. This should make for some impressive gaming graphics and speeds. Little else is known at this stage. But it looks like ARM is going to get a slap on the wrist soon if it doesn’t plug up those leaks.