Huawei is out of the dark. I don’t think things will get any better for the best OEMs in China. The game is still at the forefront of mobile games, but many things can change as many companies break their ties with Huawei. The US trade ban affects not only Huawei but other companies in the United States as well as foreign companies using US technology. The last thing we heard was that Huawei would be allowed to do business transactions other than 5G with chip makers, including Qualcomm.
Huawei is changing its business strategy. As the effects of the trade ban soon became apparent, Chinese tech giants began looking for new suppliers and technologies as alternative solutions. As for Qualcomm, it is now believed that the company has been granted permission to work with Huawei.
Huawei is reportedly selling its honorary unit to the Shenzhen government. There is no official confirmation or announcement, but we believe Qualcomm can supply Huawei. This means that besides Mediatek, Huawei has another provider.
The good news is that Qualcomm sells its processors to Huawei. It’s a rumor at the moment, but the idea is what we want to realize. That’s really all the company needs-permit to supply Huawei.
Neither Huawei nor Qualcomm has issued an official statement. We are excited about this possibility. Huawei can stay in the mobile game even if it has access to all the equipment it needs.